Bosque del Apache, Jan. 29 & 30, 2020, #2


Light geese

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Light geese and northern shovelers

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Light geese

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same as above

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same as above

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Light geese take off

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same as above

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same as above

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Waves of geese head out to their feeding grounds

Sandhill cranes, in the morning

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Sandhill crane

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Sandhill cranes

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Sandhill cranes

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Sandhill cranes

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Sandhill cranes

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Sandhill cranes

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Sandhill cranes

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Sandhill cranes

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Sandhill cranes

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Sandhill cranes pointing, an “intention movement” that shows their readiness to fly off in the direction indicated

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Sandhill crane takes off

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Sandhill crane takes off

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Sandhill cranes take off

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Sandhill cranes take off

Sandhill cranes, in the evening

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Sandhill crane approaches the roost

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Sandhill cranes approach the roost

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Sandhill cranes approach the roost

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Sandhill cranes approach the roost

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Sandhill cranes approach the roost

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Sandhill crane comes in for a landing

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Sandhill cranes come in for a landing

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Sandhill crane lands

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Evening at the Wetland Roost

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Evening at the Wetland Roost

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Evening at the Wetland Roost

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Evening at the Wetland Roost

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Evening at the Wetland Roost

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Evening at the Wetland Roost

And lastly, did I mention that a visit to BdA also makes possible a visit to the Owl Cafe, in San Antonio? Their chili cheeseburger can’t be beat, and costs only $6.00!

End of Part 2

 

About Evensteven

I am a photographer and author, and live in Embudo, New Mexico, alongside the Rio Grande. I have published a book of photography and accompanying text on running the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. The first (print) edition is out of print, but a second edition is available as an iBook (eBook) through the iTunes bookstore. All Grand Canyon, river and nature lovers will enjoy my book: The Grand: https://books.apple.com/us/book/the-grand/id672492447 I have also published six additional iBooks: 1. The Salt River: https://books.apple.com/us/book/the-salt-river/id12449222822. 2. Coyote Buttes: https://books.apple.com/us/book/coyote-buttes/id1271773201 3. Four Cornered, the Land: https://books.apple.com/us/book/four-cornered/id1384038899 4. Four Cornered, The Rivers: https://books.apple.com/us/book/four-cornered-book-two-the-rivers/id1402287568 5. Rio Marañon: https://books.apple.com/us/book/four-cornered-book-two-the-rivers/id1402287568 6. Rio Grande: https://books.apple.com/us/book/rio-grande-new-mexico/id1469126321
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