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We are in the thick of the intensive summer sessions at school, but we still find time now and then to go see what’s flying about. Here are a few recent pics.
First, a “twofer”:
A couple of vireos:
The very colorful Chestnut Sided Warbler:
Everybody’s favorite, the Carolina Wren (in full throat):
And, keeping the mosquito population down, a couple of bug-eating birds:
A Red Winged Blackbird cutting loose:
And lastly our old friend the Barred Owl, which continues to be seen on the Bridle Trail, Ridley Creek State Park (PA):
Around here, it’s finally getting to be warbler time. We saw our first Pine Warblers around these parts a few days ago and our first Palm Warblers today. I know other birders in the area have seen warblers before us, but the first ones you see for yourself are always fun. Some pics…
These were taken at Tyler Arboretum.
This was one of the 4 we saw this afternoon at Okehocking Preserve.
We, of course, see lots of other birds. Here are a few favorites:
(I can’t help it. I’m addicted to TV…Turkey Vultures, that is.)