Four males with pied-billed grebe above and a red-fronted coot below
There are several male and female black-headed ducks. On Saturday we counted 18.
A pair of black-headed ducks, the only parasitic duck, shares the scene with a cocoi heron and a white-tufted grebe. The interesting thing is that on the isle behind several ducks can barely be seen in the thick vegetation. This isle will certainly be a good place to breed since ducks are very well protected. Is this pair already monitoring the area?
At the Coypu Pond first some snowy egrets standing on the edge and then the black-headed duck swimming in the pond