The temperature today: 68-degrees! The River: full of waterfowl.
Fifteen Tundra Swans were in front of the Rieck's Lake Park observation deck in Alma at noon. (We haven't seen any Swan Watch volunteer guides at the deck this fall, so you're on your own.)
Over 100 swans are in the backwaters of the Buffalo River off Badland Road (County I).
Looking towards Minnesota from Cedar Ridge Resort (south of Nelson), there are close to 1,000. The riverfront here is private property, so stop in at the Resort Offices and ask for Wes Stensland. He'll give you access directions and permission.
A hundred or so are at Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge Vistor Center was open Saturday until 4pm.
Easily a thousand are at Weaver Bottoms, several close to the road (US 61).
Don't miss the special event at the Brownsville (MN) swan observation area on 14 November 10am-2pm. And, if you're a bat fan and you're in the neighborhood, don't miss the Wisconsin Bat programs at the new Myrick Hixon EcoPark in La Crosse, Saturday afternoon, November 14th.