Saturday, July 22, 2017
Sunday Morning at Magee
So I was at Magee the next morning. Again, I was hoping to catch an eagle.
I believe this is called a marsh-mallow. This is used as an ornamental and medicinal plant. A treat made since the Egyptian time has morphed into what we call a marshmallow today.
Every time I head into Magee, I'm amazed at the number of rabbits I see around there. This time I decided to get some pictures.
I'm not sure what kind of bird this is, but I thought it looked kind of cool.
Some wild sunflowers.
A Canada Goose head.
A trumpeter cygnet.
And the head of the proud parent.
Some other shots of the cygnets.
I think these are pretty cool looking.
The swan looking out over his domain and contemplating life.
Said swan swimming.
A heron in flight.
I loved this picture of a waterlily.
And this one wasn't bad either.
magee marsh wildlife area
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