Labor Day. You certainly won’t catch me doing much laboring. Even though I was aware that there may be too many people doing their outdoor things, Ann and I decided to go to San Angelo State Park to visit the bird blind, AKA the Wildlife Viewing Center. After stopping there, we did a little drive-around through the park. There still aren’t too many birds, but we managed to see a few or the regulars. Here are three nice photographs that I stumbled into getting. First up was this little juvenile Northern Cardinal that I captured at the blind.
When we took the little drive around the park I managed to get these images.
I love those Bobwhites. Along the way, we saw another covey of them, about twelve, but they scurried into the underbrush before I could even get my camera ready.
We witnessed several nighthawks in the air when we previously entered the park. Driving around, we saw two perched on mesquite tree branches. Here is the best of the two.
Migration is only a few weeks away, so soon I might have some more photographs for you. We are planning another birding trip to the Big Bend later this month, and my new Canon 70D is supposed to arrive today. So exciting things are looking up.