Sunday at Theler

I’ll have to admit that I found our last birding trip to Theler Wetlands a bit disappointing, though in retrospect, after three days of being confined to the house because of hazardous smoke conditions, it appears to have been a delightful day.  

It began with a quick sighting of an American Goldfinch

another sighting of a male Red Crossbill, 

a juvenile Marsh Wren indulging in an extended dust bath, 

a Cedar Waxwing, 

and, best of all, because it’s seen least often, a Spotted Sandpiper apparently walking on water.

What do you think?

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