The shots below are from White Draw area in Southern Arizona.
There is a special light around winter solstice time, when sun shines at very low angle so every peck of dust and every blade of grass are touched with gold hues.
I'd like 1 & 3 way more if the swimming coots were at rule-of-thirds intersections. I think the top of two should be cropped so that there's nothing showing beyond the green field; the bottom, possibly also, but not as important as the top.
The first is nice and you might want to move your subject out of the center, at least give the coot more space in the direction it is facing. The second is a beauty. Removing about 1/8 from the right and maintaining the frame ration while removing from the top will bring more focus on the reads and birds.