The White-throated Thrush, first found on the Weslaco CBC back in December, continues at Estero Llano Grande State Park. I went back for a second try at it yesterday and finally got some not so bad pics. As is the case with a number of north Mexican vagrants, White-throated Thrush has become almost annual in the RGV. The first one was at Laguna Vista in 1990.
The wintering Black-throated Gray Warbler put in an appearance at the water feature while I was waiting for the thrush.
Still a few good butterflies showing up. This is a Band-celled Sister.
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