The most thrilling moment of the day took place when my little 18-month-old granddaughter was with me… a flock of 60 or so Canada Geese flew low and right over us. Her delight, amazement, and excitement were contagious! When I close my eyes, in my mind’s eye, I can see that wondrous look on her face…
These are the species I spotted today over the course of several observation times as noted in captions. Photos from my achieves illustrate the species that were spotted. I can concentrate on looking with more diligence when I set my camera aside. However, tomorrow is the last day of the GBBC, so weather permitting, my camera will go along.
Mallard Ducks: (10) (1:50pm) (2) on pond; male and female (4:30-5:30) (8) flew overhead
American Robin: (1) (4:30-5:30) perched in Oregon Ash
Black-capped Chickadees: (4) (11:30-11:45) perched, and feeding at bird feeders
Anna’s Hummingbird (2) (11:30-11:45) female at feeder; (4:30-5:30)…
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