Sunday, February 5, 2017

Connor Preserve, Pasco - December 20, 2016

Started out a good day of birding early this morning at Connor Preserve.  A total of 39 species, including dozens of sandhill cranes, hundreds of tree swallows, and thousands of robins flying over.  My favorite photos were of fighting/dancing sandhill cranes and of a deer in the morning fog.  Also saw a bald eagle carrying something interesting.  At the time it looked like a mouse, but in a close view of the photo, it looks like a phoebe.

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