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Mallard considering a nesting site.
Coming in for a landing!
American White Pelican on the Madison and Jefferson Rivers' confluence.
Just passing through on an island in the Madison River, Yellowstone National Park
Just passing through on an island in the Madison River, Yellowstone National Park.
These small diving sea ducks come to mate in early May in the fast-running water of LeHardy Rapids, Yellowstone River, YNP.
This gorgeous swan was hunting along the banks of the Firehole River along Fountain Flats Drive in Yellowstone National Park.
A surface-feeding dabbling duck gracing us with his beauty on ponds throughout the west.
Rolling along the Firehole River and posing just for me. The largest North American waterfowl, the Trumpeter Swan has a wing span of up to eight feet, can weigh over 25 lbs. and can live 24 years. So beautiful.
Up Close Brown Pelican
Brown Pelican relaxing