Sunday, September 12, 2010

It's amazing what this little garden hose pond has attracted for birds in a week! Over 40 species have now stopped to sample this little water feature. Today there were several bats picking insects from the surface at NOON!
We're now serving peaches, oranges, and strawberries Cedar Waxwings and Phainopeplas arrived to taste within a couple of hours after the fruit was placed in tree branches.
Wilson's Warblers have begun to migrate through, Yellow Warbler, MacGillvray's Warbler, and Orange Crowned Warbler continue.
COME BIRDING at SHOSHONE WETLANDS! You can stay at our cozy Shoshone Inn and I will guide you for FREE.

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