|New Moulard at the Lake|
Miss Half-Face showed up again this year with what looks like a bad infection. I'm not sure, but I think someone finally caught her. I haven't seen her in a while.
Also, I went to Cordova, Alaska for their Copper River Delta shorebird festival. Here are some of the pictures I took of the town and the birds. Most of the birds were the same as they are around San Diego, but in their breeding colors.
|Not sure which mountain this is.|
|Hartney Bay with geese|
|Greater white-fronted geese|
|Off the Henly Trail|
|Henly Trail easy part|
|Western and least sandpiper with a few dunlin|
|Whimbrels and peeps|
|Hartney Bay in the mountin|
|Hartney Bay in the evening|
|Bald eagle hanging out in the neighborhood|
At the lake, two broods of Canada geese have arrived so far. There's been a few broods of ducklings, but not a whole lot. Grey Babba seems to have taken a new wife, but she has a wandering eye, so I am not sure if that marriage is going to last.
Blonde duck also has a new dumped girlfriend of his very own.