Didn't want to face today's wind so bailed on exercise. Instead I looked at my photos from yesterday at Middle Creek and will share these three here. The first is supposed to be a video. If you click on it you can play the video in Flickr. The swans are tundra swans. And there were plenty of ducks and other birds around.
On mostly pavement, in search of snow geese, at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area (webcam; check during daylight hours). We arrived at the viewpoint while they were still on the water, some took off once, and then all of a sudden they all (almost all) departed for the fields or the air. We've been here before during the peak migration; it's always inspiring to see. The FB feed (below the webcam video) counted 70,000 snow geese, 750 Canada Geese, and 800 Tundra swans, all of which we saw along with some random ducks and gulls. Pictures, maybe, tomorrow.
Walking59:02 5.28 km (11:11 / km) +57m10:37 / km ahr:100 max:123 shoes: Altra Torin Plush4-silv
Wanted a change of scenery (vs walking in the wide open spaces near home on a windy day), so I found a nice loop in LST, including a pedestrian-only bridge over the Saucon Creek. 45, and mostly cloudy, breezy.
Also, claimed Poetic Justice badge for CMTR Spring challenge.