Today I had the opportunity to join a friend from my Caloosa Bird Club and the pleasure to re-visit the Charlotte Harbor Buffer - a Lee County Conservation 20/20 Preserves.
|Some of the Burrowing Owls were out of their holes and provided us with smiling moments.|
|The Meadowlarks could be seen along the power lines in several locations.|
Not one of my best photo - however it is one of a Juvenile Towhee - not something that I get to see on a regular basis.
|The Red-headed Woodpecker - with its classic tuxedo - is just unmistakable as it flashes its colors as it flies by.|
|The Eastern Bluebird is always breathtaking - this one played quite a bit of hide-n-seek too.|
|The Common Flicker was spotted too|
|And of course - we had our visit with the Scrub Jays - 2 of them.|
|It was a great birding day - thank you Dotty for inviting me along. I saw quite a few species today and was able to add to my list for the June Challenge - all in all - a fabulous day. My E-Bird List across North Fort Myers and North Cape Coral and back to Sanibel http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S18769199|