Thursday, May 1, 2008

Yellow Warbler and Turtle

I spent the morning birding most of the new hike-and-bike trail and before I knew it the morning became the afternoon. There were migrating birds out there but it was hard work finding them. I finally found a few birds that I normally see a few weeks earlier, including a female Indigo Bunting, a Wilson's Warbler, and 3 Yellow Warblers. I got this picture of one of the Yellow Warblers in a pecan tree on the T&C playing fields.

Near where the hike-and-bike trail leaves the playing fields to the south, I came across this hatchling Red-eared Slider. I couldn't believe how small it was. Oh, and the blue and white thing is my high-tech wireless bird count recording device. It almost never crashes!

1 comment:

Moria said...

Whoa! That turtle is so tiny. How cool.

It's so difficult to find reliable high tech wireless recording devices these days!