Monday, March 7, 2016

Frontera Audubon

Windy today, windier than a .... 

We went to Frontera because the thicket is sheltering. We saw a lot of Warblers in the area where the Bunting has been hanging out. Eventually I went to the other end of the park and took a few pictures. I am still hoping for a picture or two of the Crimson-collared Grosbeak. No luck, frankly approaching no hope, but still I come. Later Lorna joined me after the Bunting showed up and she got fleeting looks at it deep in the undergrowth. 

In general, there were some nice birds about, beautiful, but nothing particularly unusual.

Golden-fronted Woodpecker 

Green Jays

???, but graceful



-Gunnar

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