Beaver Marsh on a misty morning in October. Love the way the marsh grass turns bright rusty red. Flotillas of geese dotted the marsh when I started shooting, then took off in noisy waves, leaving the wood ducks in charge.
This log, about thirty feet or so off the boardwalk, seems to be a favorite roost for the wood ducks. They were jostling on and off of it for most of the morning.
Girls rule the heights!
The boys were hassling each other, lots of wing flapping, lunging, and squawking.
Lovely ducks. Can't wait to see what else will show up at Beaver Marsh as the waterfowl migration continues.