Around the edge with a red-winged blackbird
I took advantage of a Red-winged blackbird’s interest in me and photographed it among the reeds on the edge of the third of the Vermilion Lakes. There were several blackbirds calling one another and flying between perches. They would flit between the little islands of long grass on the lake, the trees hanging over the water and the bushes that filled in the shoreline.
This one came closer and stayed longer than the others which gave me a few good moments to photograph.
This entry was posted on June 13, 2017 by Christopher Martin. It was filed under Birds, Nature, Wildlife and was tagged with alberta, animals, Banff National Park, Canada, flying, Red-winged Blackbird, Vermilion Lakes, wildlife, wildlife photography.
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