Way out there on the lake is a dark line -- here's a bit of a zoom of it:
That line is a raft of American Coots. They turn up this time of year in the hundreds, nay, probably thousands. Notice that parade of lighter birds behind the Raft'o'Coots?
Those are Canvasbacks. Lovely birds, and also a winter-only visitor.
There are also plenty of wigeons mixed in with the Raft.
Farther along the lake shore the Double-crested Cormorants were hanging out.
I always enjoy the arrival of the Wintering-Over Waterfowl. Truman, however, remained singularly unimpressed.