Brown headed cowbird, male and female. Seen at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada.

I am sure that one day I will get tired of Ruddy Ducks, but not today. Seen at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada.

Fledgling Great Horned Owl, maybe tried to fly a little early. Parents are being very attentive and protective, so I hope this little guy will be okay. Seen at Linden, Alberta, Canada.

Adolescence, not cute and fuzzy anymore and not the shiny beauty of a young adult. Gosling seen on the lower pond at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada.

Unstable weather in Linden, Alberta, Canada has meant some interesting clouds.

Just like the original Canadian homesteaders, Canada Geese Goslings know the importance of keeping warm by sharing a bed! Seen at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada.

Brown headed cowbird (Molothrus ater) seen at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada; right near the waste treatment plant. Oh well.

A pretty Sora (Porzana carolina) seen early morning at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada. Although fairly common it is such a shy bird that it is hard to spot.

Coyote (Canis latrans) captured at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada. This coyote was being chased away by a couple of Mule deer does, one which appeared to be close to birthing.

It's not the size of the bird in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the bird! Captured at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada. One Magpie, two Red Tailed hawks.

The faster I try to go, the more behind I get! Captured at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada.

Even goslings understand the importance of a good stretch before going for a swim. Shot at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada.

Ruddy duck seen at Linden Coulee Campground in Alberta, Canada.
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Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the fairest bird of all? American Avocet at 68th St Wetlands Path in NE Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Mt. Lorette Ponds in Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada. One of the prettiest spots in Alberta. Shot Early morning.

Upper Lake in Kananaskis, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Alberta. Still lots of ice on the lake. The water is low as Spring runoff hasn't happened yet.

Little red squirrel that is happy that it has found some tissue for its nest at Mt. Lorette Ponds in Kananaskis, Alberta.

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