Lower Klamath NWR Part 1

For the Labor day holiday I took the opportunity with my friend Linda to visit the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge once again.  The water this time of year is down significantly from the winter/spring time so most of the wildlife is located around Tule Lake.  There is an auto tour that you can take around this area.

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I love these Snowy Egrets.  They are very skittish taking off before you get even remotely close to them which makes them difficult to photograph.

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I think that is one of the reasons I like to photograph them.  That and I love the brilliant white and the yellow beak and especially feet!

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We saw a lot of these Western Grebes as we drove around the auto tour.

I like this photograph of the willets and the reflection of the grass in the water.

As usual here are the rest of the photographs in part 1.  Enjoy!

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