Here’s yet another post to try to catch up a little. I go birding almost daily, missing 2 or 3 days a week because of work and I usually take pictures. I’m not a very good photographer and rely mostly on luck and take hundreds of pictures each day, hoping that there will be a few usable ones. So, I have to go through piles of photos and crop and adjust and delete, which I really don’t like doing much and will put off for the tiniest of excuses. The result is a score or so of photographs that are not too terrible and here there are.
Here’s more photos of the Western Grebes that I’ve been seeing at Lake Meredith over last 2 weeks.
This beautiful Eared Grebe was also at Meredith.
A juvenile Orchard Oriole has been singing at Spring Canyon.
This is a Western Wood-Pewee at Palo Duro Canyon.
American Avocets at Lake Meredith
Juvenile Yellow-headed Blackbird
Female Blue-winged Teal
Red-headed Woodpecker on a very overcast morning
Cattle Egret on the road to McBride Canyon
Bonus: Muskrats at Spring Canyon