We’ve had a new visitor to the feeders this year. This bird is a pine warbler. We have about three visiting the feeder. We also have some yellow-rumped warblers visiting as well. They all love the suet feeders.
Emerald Lake near Carcross, Canada. The color derives from light reflecting off white deposits of marl, a mixture of clay and calcium carbonate, at the bottom of the shallow waters.
The high concentration of calcium carbonate in the water here comes from limestone gravels eroded from the nearby mountains and deposited here 14,000 years ago by the glaciers of the last ice age. Glacial erosion was likewise responsible for scooping out the shallow lakebed. We had a beautiful day for viewing with full sun. #landscapephotography