Monday, January 9, 2017

Lettuce Lake Park - November 7, 2016

Got to stop here before work today for a little while, and it was actually a pretty good birding day with 32 species seen.  There were two pockets of "perching birds" that were very active with yellow-rumped warblers, palm warblers, pine warbler, yellow-throated warblers, black and white warblers, blue-headed vireo, blue-gray gnatcatcher, tufted titmouse, eastern phoebe, carolina wren, downy woodpecker, pileated woodpecker, red-headed woodpecker, and cardinal all mixed together.  Also heard a short tailed hawk in the same place I saw one last time at the end of the boardwalk, then saw a sharp-shinned hawk right after.

The best photos of the day were of this preening male downy...

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