Here is my entry for Granny Shot It’s Bird of the Day (BOTD) challenge. In a pond full of waterfowl, the Redhead is not hard to spot. With it’s cinnamon red head & black chest, even the beginning birder will identify this medium-sized duck easily….
Here is my entry for Granny Shot It’s Bird of the Day (BOTD) challenge. The Common Gallinule, AKA Common Moorhen is a marsh bird that is often co-existing with Rails, Coots, and Bitterns. They hang around the tall marsh grass & often hug the…
Depending on the time of year, we would see Gadwall, American Wigeon, Mallards, Mottled Ducks, Domestic Geese, Redheads, Buffleheads, Pied-Billed Grebes, Northern Pintails, Blue-Winged Teal, American Coots, the rare American Black Duck that took up residence for a few years and of course the Canada Goose.
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