Monday, May 4, 2009

A few pictures from Crane Creek

This is the top of the spring migration here, and of course, that should mean more posts, more pictures, more interesting stuff on all the birder's blog. But more time birding simply means less time posting. That's the sad reality.

So I will just post a few digibinned picture from last Sunday, in Crane Creek.




Yellow rumped warbler


Yellow Warbler, female


Veery


Killdeer


Green Heron


Cape May Warbler



















4 comments:

Wren said...

Great photos, Laurent. Is this the Crane Creek that's near Magee Marsh?

Laurent said...

Wren : yes indeed. I guess Crane creek is the name for the state park, magee marsh is the marsh where everybody goes birding.

Mel said...

Hola Laurent,
Don't worry too much about not posting, GO BIRDING!!!
You can share stuff later ;)
Take care,
Mel

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