The American Avocet is a large wading bird measuring 16-20 inches with a 27-30 inch wingspan. As observed in this photo, they spend a great deal of time foraging in mud flats and shallow water for crustaceans and insects. Their population seems to be… Continue Reading “Sept 4 – BOTD – American Avocet”
The Limpkin is a perfect example of why the Endangered Species Act needs to stay strong.
Whether they are soaring or circling, there is no mistaking the red tail when you spot a red-tailed hawk in the air.