Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Bills UP, Bills DOWN... it's Migration in Maryland

I've got some photos to share with you of some birds, animals, trees and one extinct creature that I've recently spotted.

The American Avocet was at the North Beach Marsh on the Anne Arundel / Calvert County border (can I count it for both I wonder?). The WHIMBREL was at Mayo Beach in Anne Arundel County. The ground hog was at Waterworks park. The trees are from the Battle Creek Cypress Swamp in Calvert. Oh... I almost forgot to mention, I finally added CARRIER PIGEON to my life list. I spotted on perched completely motionless at the Audubon home last week in Mill Grove, PA! What a spot. (I also had Carolina Parakeet, but the photo didn't turn out so hot).

Enjoy some photos why don't you.

-Dan

AMERICAN AVOCET


WHIMBREL


WHIMBREL


AMERICAN GROUNDHOG


BATTLE CREEK CYPRESS SWAMP


CARRIER PIGEON!

1 comment:

Larry said...

Nice photos-I think that pigeon needs some water or something though.

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