Birds of a feather

This gaggle of trumpeter swans got in the face of a Canada goose that appeared to not be moving along fast enough for their liking.

The swans forage in fairly shallow water, reaching under the surface to eat aquatic vegetation and at times tipping up in the manner of a dabbling duck.

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Together with mallard ducks and geese, the large group of swans took up temporary residency along the confluence of the Thompson Rivers.

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