At 1:00 pm, a Zone-tailed Hawk flew over the Spanish style golden red tiled roof buildings and over my head as I stood on the trail north of said buildings attrailgirl888
This morning I went to Mile Square Park, getting there at 10:00. I followed Rick Shearer’s directions for the Pine Warbler and pulled into the parking lotterryhill78
I know that Wilson's Snipe aren't all that uncommon here in the county, but on Saturday afternoon, Bruce Aird and I counted at least 56 individual birdscrispystatic
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