Sunday Shots, 07/28/19

I think we picked a good weekend to go to the beach. Not for birding, but for going to the beach like normal people – getting a little sun and riding the waves. I say that because not much is going on with local birding lately. I can’t remember the last report to come over on the Mearns Bird Club app. Anyways, I did manage to get locally out for few hours this evening; it was more of the usuals. One highlight was seeing my first juvenile Pied-billed Grebe of the season at Wallkill River NWR. Here’s hoping that things start to pick up sooner rather than later; I’m looking forward to some more exciting posts…

~Indigo Bunting in the Black Dirt Region, 07/28/19.~
~A pair of European Starlings in the Black Dirt, 07/28/19.~
~Blue-gray Gnatcatcher at Wallkill River NWR, 07/28/19.~
~There are loads of Great Egrets at Wallkill River NWR these days, 07/28/19.~

2 thoughts on “Sunday Shots, 07/28/19”

  1. I agree. Haven’t seen much so started photographing butterflies and dragonflies and trying to identify them.

    1. I’ve been doing the same here on the blog – anything that’s around and interesting! It’s good to branch out a bit, but I’m ready for some bird movement. Matt

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