Thursday, May 15, 2014

Species from Texas

Painted Bunting
Before I start on the actual blog for today, I want to talk about my last two trips.  The trip to Oregon had a lot of walking and climbing and the trip to Texas.  We sat and a blind for around seven hours every day.  Guess what, the tiredness you got on either one of the trips, was the same.  The stiffness was just different.  Both trips were worth it, and worth the tiredness.

Today's blog will be mostly pictures of the different species that I took pictures of down in Texas.
Common Ground Dove

Curve-billed Thrasher

Eastern Cottontail

Golden-fronted Woodpecker

Mexican Ground Squirrel

Long-billed Thrasher

Grooved-billed Ani

Green Jay

Great-tailed Grackle, female

Morning Dove

Northern Bobwhite

Northern Cardinal and Painted Bunting

Northern Mockingbird

Olive Sparrow

Painted Bunting, female

Painted Bunting, first-year male

Paper Wasps, southern variety

Scissor-tailed flycatcher, I was very happy to capture this picture, since the flycatcher was way across the open area in the tree
Summer Tanager, male

Summer Tanager, female




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