Sunday, February 10, 2008

Saturday Brunch

I can't believe I ate the whole thing!

There are lots of small birds in the trees along the Wacissa River this time of year. I don't know them all so I hope someone will ID them for me.

This day was lovely for kayaking. The sun was out, the river smelled like turtles, and only one airboat went downriver while I was out in the morning. I saw an alligator at Blue Spring, I dodged the tussocks, and I didn't find any ivorybill woodpeckers. But I'll find one someday!


  1. Wow! Great pictures of the Black-crowned Night-Heron swallowing that fish!

    The two small birds you're wondering about are White-eyed Vireo and Black-and-white Warbler. Keep pushing for that IBWO.

  2. Rats! I own "A Field Guide to Western Birds." So unless you post a robin or a red-tailed hawk, I am out of luck, nomenclature wise.