We had a great time kayaking the Silver River and had more to share than we could in the last post. In this post, I want to share some of the pictures of other wildlife we saw.
My favorite experience on the trip was watching the Juvenile Double-Crested Cormorants play. I didn’t realize that young birds play, so it was amazing to me to watch these birds play together. Sometimes one would just play with a stick. Sometimes 2-3 birds would play with a piece of grass and do a “tug of war” thing.
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