Late April and Early May

Here’s a few pictures that I didn’t get around to posting from late April and the first part of May, before we took off for Missouri. All were photographed around Lake Meredith except for the Cedar Waxwing and the Red-tailed Hawk which was at Palo Duro Reservoir and the Dickcissels, White-faced Ibis, and Black-crowned Night-Heron…

Cedar Waxwings

Palo Duro Canyon has become one of my favorite places to bird this spring. Here’s a few photos of Cedar Waxwings that I saw down there today while hiking with my daughters.

A Few More Photos from Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Here’s the last of the pictures from Palo Duro Canyon. Northern Mockingbird-a little surprised to see this one. NOMO are supposed to be year round residents according to Sibley, but I rarely see one in mid-winter. Northern Cardinal female and what I think is a Savannah Sparrow Cedar Waxwing. Golden-fronted Woodpecker, joined by a White-crowned…

Bright, Sunshiny Day

Finally, the sun is out on a day that I’m off work, not exhausted, and have no pressing personal obligations.  There have been very few sunny days for the last month. Mostly they’ve been so depressingly dark and colorless that I could barely make myself crawl out of bed.  I did go birding on a…