The species are getting fewer now so this blog is stretched over the last 3 days. Our species list is at 169 to date over 2 weeks. There is a group from Quebec with a guide which has seen 200 in a week. I feel so inadequate. If only Dian would get out of bed earlier. : > )
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|Birding centre security. He keeps everyone on the boardwalk.|
|Cattle Egret in the morning sun.|
|The big gulp.|
|I hope I can fly after eating this.|
|Looking west from S. Padre to mainland|
|Texas Toem Pole|
|Due to popular demand I changed this hawk to a White-tailed Hawk from Harlans. Thanks for the input guys.|
|Cattle Egrets at Padre Birding Center|
|Pair of Yellow-crowned Night Herons at SPI (South Padre Island) Birding Center|
|Our first Yellow-bellied Sapsucker at SPI Convention Center|
|Common Pauraque. Look close-it is there. Sitting on a nest. The area around this nest is fenced off and it was pointed out to us by a guide at Resaca de la Palma State Park.|
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