Saturday, February 20, 2016

Afternoon at Pedernales Falls Blind

We spent this afternoon at the bird blinds at Pedernales Falls State Park. No rarities to chase, just a relaxing time taking pictures. I logged 23 species on eBird, though nothing out of the ordinary. Northern Cardinals definitely dominated the scene with at one point 20 of them perched in the tree over the water feature.

My best images were of this pair of ladderback woodpeckers (click for more awesome feathery details)

However, the most fun was watching a Canyon Wren hunting around the big rocks and piles of wood.

Here is a slide show of some of the images we took, some are mine, some are Danielle's:

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