Julie Frost, SFF writer (agilebrit) wrote,
Julie Frost, SFF writer
agilebrit

#Birding photos from Odgen Bay WMA today.

Clearly, I'm going to have to start going out earlier in the day, because I lose the light way too soon now that Standard Time has descended upon us like a horrible dark cloud of no-sun. However, I did get some fantastic shots today; the Harriers and Red-Tails were out in force, and a few of them were kind enough to pose for me.


American Coots. I took this one because it amused me. I believe they're sitting on a beaver lodge, but I could be wrong about that.
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Some kind of Cormorant. Probably a Double-Crested, but I'm holding out hope that it's a Neotropical.
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Northern Harriers.
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A lovely little Pied-Billed Grebe.
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Various Red-Tailed Hawks.
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And a grainy pic of a Yellow-Headed Blackbird. There was a little flock of males, ten or so, working the shoreline.
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Tags: birding, pix
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