Wednesday, 1 July 2015

The Forks (again)

Last night, my family and I took a little outing the The Forks - a place in Winnipeg where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers meet - for a little time with our family. It is good habitat for many species of river duck as well as cavity nesting duck as the banks of the rivers are lined with trees. We saw Wood Duck (sadly, no males) with ducklings, Mallard ducklings, and goose goslings. :-) Here are some pictures.

The Royal Canadian Mint

The Provencher Bridge

St. Boniface Cathedral

Richardson's Ground Squirrel

Female Wood Duck and Duckling

Wood Duckling

Female Mallards

Straggle of Canada Geese
Recently fledged geese


A pair of Mallard.

Female Mallard and hiding duckling

Handsome male Mallard

Young male Mallard

Male Mallard

My sisters insisted I take a picture of the "one footed goose."

Some young birds feeding.

Chillin' it.

Sitting on the buoy.

Female House Sparrow attending nest.

Gray Catbird.

Museum of Human Rights