Thousands of geese, 99% Canadas with a portion of the smaller bodied, smaller-billed Cacklings, are huddled along the edge of the ice and the shore at Boundary reservoir. Keeping them company are Mallards, Common Goldeneye, a Bufflehead or two, a Western Grebe, and Hooded Mergansers.
Currently, the ice front is just south of the Sunset Subdivision. It will eventually progress another 500-600 m at least. But, for now, the air temperature has moderated. Fine with me. When the ice is on this stretch of water, I can bird from my car using a window mount for my scope. I like it. I'm a lazy birder.