Nice one, Judy! I saw one today but couldn't get my camera on him in time. Excellent work!
I did go to Surrey Bend yesterday, but it was mid-afternoon which is a bad time. I might try again in the early morning.jewill wrote: ↑May 09 6:39 pmNice MacGillivray’s Warbler and Purple Finch Zach. Purple Finches are hard to get good pics of and yet, like you said, they are quite common. Did you go looking for the Yellow-breasted Chat at Surrey Bend Park? I decided to pass but if it hangs around I will probably try later in the week.
I see I’ve converted you James into getting both male and female of a species in the same shot . It’s frustrating but so rewarding at the same time. Your Barrow’s Goldeneye seems to be showing off his big feet to a less-than-impressed female.
Thanks for pointing out the white spot on the Belted Kingfisher - I’ve never really noticed it before but looking back at some of my previous pics it is indeed there!
I am glad you got him! Congratulations Zach! I won’t lie...I wish it were me.zwest wrote:Look who I found... Green Heron!
Thanks Judy! Yes I saw the Ruddy, but he was sleeping with his bill tucked in the whole time. There was also a Blue-winged Teal which I wasn’t quick enough with as he took off suddenly.jewill wrote: ↑May 12 8:41 pmI am glad you got him! Congratulations Zach! I won’t lie...I wish it were me.zwest wrote:Look who I found... Green Heron!
I was there on Friday, Monday and again today...all 3 times he was reported as being there on eBird but do think I could find him?
I hope you got to see the Ruddy Duck in full breeding plumage. He’s quite the handsome guy.
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