In the past month, I've posted photos of both a Pied-billed Grebe and a Hooded Merganser as they were fishing. And it was the first time I had photographed either one actually catching fish. Good fortune must come in three's because today I have photos of an American Coot fishing. Coots must be the more intelligent of the group as they've apparently learned to fish smarter, not harder.
1/500 sec. f/9 ISO 400
Yeah, okay, so the last shot doesn't actually belong with the first three, but what's the point of photography if you can't have a little fun, right? On a side note, if any of you are on 500px or Flickr, I'd be glad to follow you. Just let me know.
Linking to Wild Bird Wednesday