Waterfowl migration has never been as fantastic as when it’s viewed from above with the use of a one-man aircraft.
Birds of all kinds, particularly waterfowl, migrate each year through the Rio Grande Valley and into New Mexico.
Here’s what it looks like to soar with these birds on their own terms and fly as they fly.
Photographer and pilot Chris Dahl-Bredine mounts his ultralight and flies with ease following the migration of ducks, geese, and even sandhill cranes.
Each year thousands of migrating waterfowl follow the famed Rio Grande into New Mexico to winter.
Taking in the amazing view of this film will remind us all of why we love the flight of waterfowl coming into our decoys!