April 04, 2015
Way down the bay.
Rondeau Bay finally has open areas, just in time to provided a resting place for migrating tundra swans.
Most of the swans seem to have moved elsewhere but there were about 1,000 in the bay. They were approx. 1.5 miles from where I took this photo.
The tree line in the distance is the end of the bay and just past them is Lake Erie.
During the breeding season the Tundra Swan sleeps almost entirely on land, but in the winter it sleeps more often on water.
source - Cornell Lab of Ornithology.