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We have visited the South Llano River State Park on a few other occasions, but I have never posted about it. It is located about five miles south of Junction, Texas. Junction is about 95 miles southeast of San Angelo. What I like about visiting that park is that they have four distinct blinds. It seems that each blind has it’s own characteristic. Each presents it’s own lighting positives or negatives, depending on what time of day you visit each one. Plus, it seems that, although it may be my imagination, sometimes you might find a bird in one blind, that you won’t find in the others. So we always visit each blind each time we make the trip.
On our visit this past weekend, it seemed that the Agarita Blind, (they each have a name), seemed to have the most bird activity. On other days one of the others may be more bird active.
But as I said, with so much activity in the Agarita Blind, we didn’t spend much time at the others. Here is a sampling of the birds that I photographed, in no particular order.
After arriving back in San Angelo, we drove by our “K-Mart Creek” and saw this Norther Pintail to finish our day.
All in all, it was a great way to start the week, and we added six more to our 2015 Big Year list, to bring our new total to 92. I hope you enjoyed this. I appreciate any and all comments.