Tundra Swan

It's not everyday one gets to see a performance of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake in the mountains, in this case it help having a wild imagination. The performance was provided by two Tundra Swans, 12 Canada Geese and about 40 to 50 Bohemian Waxwings. Viewed by two curious muskrats, passing by American Robins, various chickadees and I sitting on my butt.  The waxwings provided the aerial performances, catching insects in the air. It goes without saying, some of the more aggressive dance  movements and vocals were provided by the geese, if I did not know better I think they were trying to steal the show. The swans in this production played a supporting role, except when  of one ran on the water and took flight for few seconds. Three hours well spent. 

Until next moment,