Coming Home!

Was up on the mountain reconnoitering some Dall Sheep
and glanced down to see these two Trumpeter Swans flying north in Turnagain Arm,
made my day!
Don’t know where they ended up, there isn’t much open water around here yet, but soon, very soon…

KSP_3643 ac Coming Home!

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9 Responses to Coming Home!

  1. puzzle says:

    So they mean to you, what the return of the swallows & white storks means to me: the arrival of spring? They look beautiful.

  2. Arctic says:

    that is very early by my understand, the swans and ducks come here until late May! your will have fully open waters, but here oceans beak up in mid July. we are in far north, but in two different worlds:)

  3. Pat says:

    Very pretty!

  4. john says:

    So cool to look across or down and watch birds fly, rather then up.great shot

  5. jackie says:

    nice!!

  6. Rhapsody says:

    lovely….Have a fantastic Friday and a wonderful weekend

  7. Polly says:

    You\’re so lucky to catch the swans on the wing. It\’s about this time of year that we start to see more swans about, the white ones in this part of the world are mainly mute – I\’ve put a couple of pictures on my space – Usually they\’re seen on the lakes, so it\’s strange to think of them flying over sea – wonderful!

  8. Naomi says:

    I loved all of these birds. many of which hung out at my place for a day or so during migration. During the winter, the Swans, Herons, Snow Geese,, Sand Hill Cranes, Canada Geese, stop over on range lands close to us. Very noisy! Lovely to see in morning light against a deep blue sky, as they are brilliant then.When we were in the bush planes (like John said) we would take off, and see the bears, Ravens, Geese, and Hawks in the tree canopy, Very Interesting….lovely sight! Thanks

  9. Jacque says:

    This photo is so full of motion.

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