What it did was cause the ducks and geese to form tight groups deep in the reeds, far from prying eyes and difficult to shoot. However, the wind also made them skittish, and entire flocks would suddenly burst into the air when one bird got disturbed.
|A flock of snow geese take flight.|
|Snow geese come in for a landing.|
|Great blue heron|
|Great egret with feather ruffled by the wind.|