Trumpeter Swans - Cygnus buccinator - Once abundant across North America, human encroachment into the Swan's sensitive habitat caused the species to rapidly diminish. By the 1930s less than 100 of these birds existed. Today, populations have rebounded in parts of the Northwest. Along Bull River - Montana
I had to look twice at this camouflaged scene - Hey, there's a duck in it!
The watery bokeh set the background, the weathered and tattered mossy stump as a perch, and a brown and tan, brown-eyed duck - it all fit perfectly.