Made my way over to Anzalduas County Park this magnificently beautiful morning. With "Border Wall" - levee stabilzation going on I had to park outside the gate and walk in. No Problem. In fact it helped me scare up a Sprague's Pipit. Best birds in the park were this Prairie Warbler and two Black-throated Gray Warblers found last week during the bird festival. It was only my second ever Prairie Warble for Hidalgo County.
Black-throated Gray Warbler
The usual pair of Black Phoebes were along the water at the southeast end of the park. I tok this hand-held with my Canon A590 through my Kowa 824.
Eastern Bluebirds are hard to find in the county. Another digiscope shot.
Post a Comment