Today I’m featuring photos of waterfowl reflections taken on the Deschutes River. The first picture is of a lone swan that has been hanging around Bend, Oregon for the last several weeks.
Here’s a pair of common mergansers taking off along the Trout Creek trail, north of Madras.
Here’s a pair of hooded mergansers in Bend, Oregon.
This is a Barrow’s goldeneye in Bend, Oregon.
This is a Western grebe seen near Sunriver, Oregon.
This female mallard followed me for a long time when I kayaked the Deschutes near Sunriver, Oregon.
The Deschutes River is 252 miles long and there are lots of opportunities to capture images of waterfowl reflections. I hope to see many more of them soon!
4 thoughts on “Waterfowl reflections on the Deschutes: BWPC”
Water is life, and nice to see so much of it on the Deschutes River!
Yes, it is! Thanks.
You certainly know your birds. And that is one long river. Great pics!
I try to figure out what birds are that I see, not always successfully. Yes, the Deschutes is a very long river. 🙂