"The Barrow’s Goldeneye prefers small, clear lakes and ponds that are not crowded with submergent and emergent vegetation and that do not support
populations of fish. Goldeneyes are cavity-nesting ducks and typically use forested habitat with mature trees (deciduous or coniferous) that offer
suitable nesting cavities." (Seattle Audubon Society) These were found swimming
in a calm river in the Skagit River Valley.
Canon Elan IIE, Sigma 50-500mm zoom, Sensia
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