Trumpeter Swan

The winter of 2016 through the spring of 2017 was very picturesque. It was a winter when it did not rain from mid November through mid April . This particulate winter Trumpeter swans numbered over one hundred in mid January of 2017 in Kenai Lake mostly and the adjacent Kenai River .

Climate change is effecting the migratory patterns of waterfowl and birds .In this picture during a very normal winter , Weather that was Below zero produced a ice fog unlike the fog during early winter , still a temperature inversion, these conditions and ice fog are caused by the air being a lot colder than the surface water . A rapid change in temperatures will create this condition which makes shooting pictures in the fog more challenging

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