We got a little serious birding in this morning at San Angelo State Park. Saw twenty-two species. Highlights were the Bell’s Vireo (Vireo bellii) . I got a few good images of it, even though it kept itself in the branches of a tree. There were several hundred American White Pelicans on O. C. Fisher Lake. We saw six Loggerhead Shrikes out there, plus the Meadowlarks are arriving. We also saw a Belted Kingfisher near the Wells-Fargo bank, near Southwest Blvd and Loop 306.
Here are a couple of images of the Bell’s Vireo. These were photographed with my Canon 7d and Canon 100-400mm lens. Click on either one for an enlargement.