At the end of August in some places the Bear river became very shallow but it didn't bother Black-necked stilts. It seemed that they were thriving in the shallow water.
Everything about Black-necked stilt seems so delicate, so fragile. Their thin legs, slim elegant wings and their needle-like bill.
I saw and photographed Black-necked stilts on Antelope Island and learned that they like Franklin's gulls also feed on brine flies. And brine shrimps.