Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Birds on Scull Creek Trail won't let a person get close enough for clear photos

Please click on images to ENLARGE view of song birds in Scull Creek riparian understory vegetation. The top photo shows two goldfinches in non-breeding winter plumage. The second photo shows a bluebird only a few feet away eating the berries of the nonnative China honeysuckle, which provides nesting, roosting and winter food for many species. A robin was feeding on the ground almost directly below the goldfinches and bluebird on Wednesday, Jan, 14, 2009.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So you must be the ugly old guy I saw talking with the trail crew yesterday. Always wondered what you look like. Where was your bicycle?