|Lovebirds galore at Encanto Park!|
|Guardian Rosy-faced Lovebirds|
|a new ebird hotspot! Margaret T. Hance Park!|
|Fledgling Rosy-faced Lovebird. One of possibly 4 in this nest!|
|Magill narrowly escapes an urban water disaster! We had to get a closer view of possible nesting lovebirds around this tricky gate.|
I think one of the biggest things, for me anyway, is having a sense of humor. It's important to laugh and have a good time between the bird observations. I've been with some birders in the past who don't have a sense of humor. OR! Have completely lost their sense of wonder. Part of this lovebird count was to get into the "nitty gritty" places often overlooked by so many people.
|We discover a forest in the middle of our area|
|Note the yellow mutation of the Rosy-faced Lovebird to the right. We found only one of these birds in our count. It's called a "Lutino". Fascinating!|
|Luna is wondering why there are holiday decorations to go with Valentine's dinner|
Well that's my report for this week. Stay tuned for more as we journey with several of our favorite birder friends to new and old places alike. Sometimes I feel like Mr. Rogers:) I even wear the same dang vest! Until next time friends!