Today I present some thoughts about birding under time constraints. As the saying goes, "Time is precious."
|A wilting Firewheel Blanket flower|
|Juvenile Mississippi Kite will soon prepare for migration|
|A view of Cataract Lake|
|Prairie Dogs watch us while we bird near their homes|
|American Crows were everywhere around Lake Ashurst|
|Our teepee "Kachina" at a Flagstaff Campground|
Have you noticed that birds inspire a lot of art around us? Everywhere we go now, I see them on walls, beverage coasters, etc. Last week I was called in for possible Grand Jury Duty!
|A Summer Tanager proves to be good luck!|
|A Western Bluebird watches over Micheal|
|Hundreds of shorebirds and only 3 of these Stilt Sandpipers to be found!|
|The grasses of Lake Cataract were full of Sparrows, Finches and other small birds. The wind created this dreamy and sleepy feel|
|Near Lake Ashurst, the Pinyon Jays proved to be numerous and vocal|
|Lesser long nosed bat|
|With views like this, it's a wonder we get any "work" done!|
And while on the road, I am always thankful for these wonderful opportunities to explore. Take your own trek and check out all the amazing birds around our world at Wild Bird Wednesday.