Moving over to the other side of the county, I was able to end the day with a total of 65 species for June Challenge. I heard 5 others, but could not count these unless seen. At least I know they are out there for next time. Not bad for being at work the majority of the day!
Best photo of the day: Red-shoudered Hawk up close, watching me watching birds at Bystre Lake.
Collage of birds for Bystre Lake (above) and Brookridge Water Treatment Plant (below)
After work, McKethan Lake was a great spot to end the day. I saw a swallow-tailed kite acting like a skimmer and diving into the water to skim the surface (for bugs?) Also found a pair of summer tanagers. The male was really looking out for the female and being protective of her following me as I walked around looking for her.
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