October 12, 2013: Canadian geese flying by Grande Prairie Regional College on Thanksgiving weekend during autumn sunset.
One of the best locations for bird watching in Grande Prairie, Alberta is the Bear Creek Reservoir in Muskoseepi Park. Each spring and autumn, many migratory birds stop by this little lake, including Canadian geese and trumpeter swans. It’s a paradise for bird watching and photography. The park itself is also a local favourite for outdoor wedding photography, engagement photos, portrait shots, and family group pictures.
October 12, 2013: birds resting in the lake of Muskoseepi Park by GPRC.
October 12, 2013: close-up view of the birds.
October 12, 2013: autumn sunrise in Grande Prairie Muskoseepi Park.
October 12, 2013: Bird watching in Muskoseepi Park.
October 12, 2013: Thanksgiving morning in Muskoseepi Park. Grande Prairie tallest building, MNP 214 Place, can be seen on the right; St. Joseph Catholic Church on the left.
October 12, 2013: The clouds has hints of pink.
October 12, 2013: Bird watching on Thanksgiving morning at Bear Creek Reservoir in Muskoseepi Park.
October 12, 2013: Lots of birds!!! Most of them are Canadian geese. Some seagulls and crows, plus many other minority species such as trumpeter swans.
October 12, 2013: The best time for bird watching is during sunrise hours. The second best is during sunset, but the lighting can be a problem as the sky gets darker and darker.
October 12, 2013: If lucky, sometimes trumpeter swans can be seen here.
October 12, 2013: A flock of Canadian geese in the perfect V formation flying over Grande Prairie Regional College (GPRC) in autumn morning on Thanksgiving weekend.
October 12, 2013: GPRC during sunset hours.