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Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary

A small selection of photos from the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area in Saskatchewan, Canada. The Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary is within the National Wildlife Area.

The Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary was the first migratory bird sanctuary established in North America.

It is a staging area for migratory birds. In the autumn there can be hundreds of thousands of Snow Geese and tens of thousands of Sandhill Cranes using the area.

This is my contribution to the Weekly Prompts Weekend Challenge: Sanctuary prompt.

Tuesday Photo Challenge - Connect

A breeding adult American White Pelican on a section of the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area.

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Special Spot Shots

A frozen section of Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area at sunset in winter.

One Word Sunday: Spectacle

Some of the thousands of Snow Geese that pass through the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area in autumn.

Weekly Prompts: Surface

A section of the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area at sunset in autumn.

8 replies on “Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary”

I agree with you, the final photo is very calm, but my favourite, if it’s fair to say that is number two, the colours you captured are just stunning.
Thank you, David.

Thanks Sue. I had lots of photos from the wildlife refuge to pick from so I went for variety with a single bird, thousands of birds and two very different views of the lake.

oh to see a flock like that – marvellous. We can’t wait to return to the reserves in the Algarve, and catch up on all our birding opportunities

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