Too Many Irons in the Fire

In spite of only working a couple of days a week, I seem to be having trouble getting around to posting photos. I go birding nearly daily,see lots of birds, and take lots of photos nut processing them and posting them a bit of a pain in the ass and I don’t seem to be able to get all that motivated to do it. A lot of things are much higher on my list of priorities than processing photos, especially now that the weather is warming. Also, my whip making hobby has turned into a bit of a business and I’ve been trying to get some of those orders out.

Actually, I guess I really don’t need much of an excuse to not do chores and processing photos seems to be more of a chore than a lot of the other things I choose to fill my days. At 62 years old I’ve rearranged my priorities so that fun is usually the top thing on the list.

So anyway,here’s a few photos from the last few weeks.

Wilson’s Phalarope and what I think is a Baird’s Sandpiper at Spring Canyon

Baird’s Sandpiper (again, I think)

Wilson’s Phalarope

Red-headed Woodpecker (for sure) at Cedar Canyon (another area of Lake Meredith)

Western Meadowlark in a pasture south of Fritch

Wood Ducks at McBride Canyon (yet another area of Lake Meredith)

Yellow Warbler at Spring Canyon

Scissor-tailed Flycatcher at Spring Canyon

Yellow-headed Blackbird at Spring Canyon

 

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