March 25, 2014 S. Llano River State Park

Vermillion flycatcher
Vermillion flycatcher

 

Images From the Acorn Blind

As always, click on any image for a larger, sharper version.

A nice brisk morning so as soon as there was any light, I walked down to the Acorn Blind here in the campground. The bird activity there was pretty good and steady all AM.

In the afternoon I checked out the other three blinds in the park and decided that the Acorn Blind is the one. There seemed to be the same birds at all four blinds, but a greater number and variety at the Acorn Blind. Also, that blind is the only one that has a seat to use at the one open window you can shoot through.

I was told I missed the turkeys displaying by the office building this AM. I have yet to see even one turkey here.

Vermillion flycatcher
Vermillion flycatcher

Once again, I am posting this entry on a PC in the Junction library, so I apologize for the image sizing and spacing problems, but I just can’t get WordPress to operate properly like it does on my Imac in the RV.

 

Pine siskin
Pine siskin
Black crested titmouse
Black crested titmouse
Black crested titmouse bath
Black crested titmouse bath
Black crested titmouse
Black crested titmouse
Spotted towhee
Spotted towhee
White winged dove
White winged dove
White winged dove
White winged dove
White winged dove
White winged dove
Ground dove
Ground dove
Northern cardinal drinking
Northern cardinal drinking
Female northern cardinal
Female northern cardinal
Northern cardinal drinking
Northern cardinal drinking
Black throated sparrow
Black throated sparrow
Black throated sparrow
Black throated sparrow
Female black chinned hummer
Female black chinned hummer
Chipping sparrow
Chipping sparrow
Bathing chipping sparrow
Bathing chipping sparrow
Chipping sparrow
Chipping sparrow
House finch
House finch
House finch drinking
House finch drinking
House finch
House finch
House finch
House finch

 

 

 

 

 

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