|A Raccoon is exposed!|
|Twilight at Columbus Park in Tucson|
Meanwhile they did their yearly burn at the Sweetwater Wetlands. After the burn, it's an excellent time to spot birds like the Virginia Rail or Sora. And maybe a racoon. Or two. Or three....:)
And honestly. I have been more into the hiking around our mountains. It isn't uncommon to do a 5 or 10 mile hike on the weekend. The views are stunning!
|Viewing the beautiful riparian area of Madera Canyon from the trails above|
|Rare birds are everywhere. You just need to know where to look. Left to Right, Cassin's Finch, Painted Redstart, Elegant Trogon, Rufous Hummingbird, Steller's Jay, Rufous-backed Robin, Sinaloa Wren, Lincoln's Sparrow, juvenile Bald Eagle|
|A vocal Canyon Wren|
At another level, I'm planning for a very tricky adventure in a few days. Normally chasing birds isn't too difficult on your own, but there are a few locations around the world that require me to be careful and hire help.
|White-backed Vulture taken back in 2013|
|What is Juuling? It's another way of vaping nicotine or marijuana.|