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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Visiting the Bailey Tract - a Wednesday ritual

As I reflected on a friend/co-volunteer who is struggling with health issues recently, it made me appreciate so much more what I do have and for that I am grateful. This post is dedicated to them - may their tomorrows be as free and light as our feathered friends.
The view from the entrance at the Bailey Tract.

An immature Little Blue Heron

A Great Egret in its majesty.

A Great Blue Heron

Egrets wannabe Swans


2 Greater Yellowlegs making a special appearance today.



One of several Killdeers that were seen today.

A Black-necked Stilts on nest - I hope that some of those nests produce chicks this year.

Several Mottled Ducks were seen today - I counted 12. 
"The End" - just a little chuckle for the day. My E-Bird List for today http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S18826505
 

2 comments:

  1. What great pictures. I love the great egret with his shadow in the water. I really enjoy looking at all your pictures. Thanks for taking the time to post.

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  2. Spectacular pictures France!

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