Do You See What I See?

Although the Acorn Woodpeckers took front-stage on our trip around Lake Ralphine and Spring Lake, there were lots of supporting acts. 

Considering how many people walk those trails, I’m amazed at the number of birds I find there this time of year.  Here’s a small sample of what I saw on my walk.

Three male Bufflehead, 

one Swainson’s Thrush, 

one Great-tailed Grackle, 

several Yellow-Rumped Warblers,

and one very camera-shy Night Heron.

One thought on “Do You See What I See?”

  1. I guess birds have an ambivalent relationship with humans. They’re wary but know we leave food about – and even feed them on occasion! I’m not surprised. From a bird’s-eye point of view, they must never know if a human has a gun or a bag of bird seed.

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