It was sunny, so time was spent wandering. The pictures are in the order they were taken.
The first shot of the day was a muskrat.
Then came a Wild Turkey in display with a female indicating a willingness.
There were many wild ducks seen, but the only I took notice of was the Cinnamon Teal.
A number of types of swallows were photographed, but the only spectacular picture was a Tree Swallow. This male had just fed a female in a nest box.
The first bear that was seen was a black bear with two brown cubs up a tree.
Probably the highlight was two fighting Turkey Vultures fighting over a female. They went at it for about 2 minutes. One male arrived with her, and one left with her, but I could not tell them apart and so it is not clear if she left with the original male or not.
Then there was another female black bear.
And it’s cub.