Wild Weather

Thunderstorms followed by strong winds made me curious. I had to see what was happening on Witter Lane. The wind was too strong for most birds. The vultures were flying - and a few cormorants. Later in the day I saw egrets, ducks, and a Red-shouldered hawk...and a few other small birds. Most were still taking some shelter.

One the first drive through I noted few birds and MANY turtles - three on the move (one snapper and two Red-eared sliders). No road rescue was necessary although I did block traffic fro a bit.

Then I turned for home just in time to see one of the large dead trees at the tank on the inside corner fall with a swoop and splash. I'm going to miss that tree. I've photographed so many birds there. I just had to write something to mark its passing.

Publicado el marzo 5, 2020 04:32 MAÑANA por alflinn329 alflinn329

Observaciones

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Cormorán Orejón (Nannopterum auritum)

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alflinn329

Fecha

Marzo 4, 2020 a las 11:43 TARDE CST

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Cerceta Alas Azules (Spatula discors)

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alflinn329

Fecha

Marzo 4, 2020 a las 11:44 TARDE CST

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Garceta Grande (Ardea alba)

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alflinn329

Fecha

Marzo 4, 2020

Descripción

With the big tree I watched fall. Heartbreaking as it was a perch for some amazing things.

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Garza Morena (Ardea herodias)

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alflinn329

Fecha

Marzo 4, 2020 a las 11:44 TARDE CST

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