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Cool sighting! Seeing these large flocks of ducks is neat. Great shots!
You got a lot better shot than I have been able to so far!I have been on the look out as they have migrated into our region also!This is very cool. I love it!
WOW! I'll bet this was exciting to see (and hear!) in person! Great photos - it always astounds me how huge flocks of birds can all turn or rise as one entity without crashing into one another! (Humans driving in parking lots or intersections could learn a thing or two from our feathered friends!)
wow first formation looks like a fish
You're so lucky to see those moments. Wonderfully captured.http://www.1sthappyfamily.com/2013/01/a-dog-and-cat.html
Always interesting to see a large flock of birds like that!Have a great week-end!LeaLea's Menagerie
That must have been an amazing sight! Lovely photos :)
there were actually two swarms - the top picture shows just one.and it was eerily silent, except for the waves
Wow - super catch Violet!
Does that mean spring isn't far away? Nice capture. - Margy
Totally amazing. I saw something similar on Thursday and am posting about it on Monday, But you got much better photos of the birds flying in.
What an amazing sight. Great shots!
They look like they might be black-caped petrals. I love how they land and fall into a single long line.
What a sight! And probably what a sound too?
I'm guess they are Canada geese.
Nice photos, I find it always difficult to make photos of birds. They are always moving too much.
Absolutely fascinating - I do love bird photos. What a shot!
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