Friday, April 25, 2008

Jackson Bottom Wetlands

I went to Jackson Bottom yesterday for about 5 hours. What an awesome day to go! Yes, the weather was pretty bad, but there were birds everywhere! I saw at least 46 identified species and 3 unknowns. It was so much fun! Here are some of the photos. I hope you enjoy them.

Common Yellowthroat

Another Yellowthroat

A Great Egret

A Great Egret and a Great Blue Heron

Marsh Wren

Yellow-Rupmed Warbler

Cliff Swallow

Another Cliff Swallow

Belted Kingfisher

Cinnamon Teals

Northern Shovelers


Mourning Dove

Golden-Crowned Sparrow

Canada Geese and their goslings

Another gosling. So flippin' cute!

Bald Eagle

I saw 2 yesterday. Both adults.

Red-Tail Hawk

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1 comment:

NW Nature Nut said...

Nice photos...especially the Marsh Wren. I am whining and snivelling about how I have never had an Evening Grosbeak in my yard. Hmph.