Got to be a juvenile something.......
Posted 15 August 2012 - 02:10 AM
Posted 15 August 2012 - 02:14 AM
Michigan List: 274
Posted 15 August 2012 - 02:17 AM
All Yellow Warblers are yellow warblers, but not all yellow warblers are Yellow Warblers
My Year List
Little Gull: Modseto Secondary Wastewater Treatment Plant, Modesto, CA, 2/9/14
Ruff; Ceres Sewage Ponds, Ceres, CA, 1/28/14
Black Scoter; Richmond Marina, Richmond, CA, 12/24/13
Vesper Sparrow; Cooperstown Rd., Stanislaus County, CA, 12/16/13
Favorite Recent Birds (non-lifers):
Greater Roadrunner: Little Panoche Reservoir, Fresno County, CA, 2/19/14
Vesper Sparrow (6): Little Panoche Rd., Fresno County, CA, 2/19/14
Mountain Bluebird (8): Panoche BLM Access Rd.; Fresno County, CA 2/19/14
Long-eared Owl (12): Mercy Hot Springs Resort, Fresno County, CA, 2/19/14
Mountain Bluebird (3): Little Panoche Rd., San Benito County, CA, 2/19/14
Prairie Falcon, Cassin's Kingbird: Recalde Rd., San Benito County, CA, 2/19/14
Bald Eagle: Wilson Rd., Los Banos, CA, 2/19/14
Posted 15 August 2012 - 08:19 AM
Agree with Wood Storks, but one adult on the left and three juveniles on the right. Contrary to popular belief, they are not ugly. They are beautiful.
Spoken like a future politician!
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