We found a large flock of American Wigeons at Green Lake.
Something startled them (not us!) and they flew pell-mell to the safety of the lake.
Later we met some coots -- Truman seemed concerned about the way they approached the shore right towards him.
Here is a close-up of a non-startled wigeon:
We also saw a lot of Common Mergansers there.
All in all, Truman seemed a tad suspicious about all the activity at Green Lake, and was anxious to go home, as usual.
The next day we went to Magnuson Park, which Truman likes a lot better, as it is generally quieter and less populated. There were some lovely Buffleheads on the wetland ponds.
Tru was much more content there.
There was a good-sized flock of Common Goldeneyes out on the lake:
We got some lovely sunshine, too!