La Salle in Burlington has very few trumpeter swans left on the beach. They are headed back to their nesting grounds. Ann & I spent an hour or so there. I walked on the beach to see the trumpeters. It was clearly ciesta time. All those beautiful birds chillin out in the sun,heads tucked into those pure white feathers,but one eye always on me to make sure they knew were I was at all times.We moved on to another spot were this mute swan was enjoying a nice bath. Then Ann & I found a field with the small tundra swans settling in for the night. The chatter was awesome. These are the last group of photos. Tundras are smaller swans with a little yellow tear drop on the beak by the nostril area.Georgeous little things. Wow, all 3 types of swans in one day. Pretty amazing.