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Another Kansas shot, this one taken at the Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife and Wetlands area in Barton County.

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He swims around his domain letting the other waterfowl know he is the King of the pond. He will also let people know when he is pleased with them and when they…

I went back to the millpond, this time with the right lens… well, I thought it was. Without image stabilization, it was nearly impossible. Props to bird photogs…

They people watch while people watch them….. Originally native to Ontario, the trumpeter swan disappeared from Eastern Canada early in the 20th century.…

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