|Blue winged teal|
Then, I went over to Mariner's Point in Mission Bay to help remove some invasive weeds before the least terns come to nest. The killdeer were already there with their nests. Here is one of the mothers:
Here is another female on her nest. I was working about 10-15 feet from her and she stayed on her nest pretty much the whole time.
Here she is with her eggs in the background.
This is her with her mate. When he visited, they mated, so I definitely know that the one sitting on the nest is the mom.
Here is my view of the work area with all the primrose.
This is North America's smallest butterfly, the pygmy butterfly:
This spot had a good sight of the bay. Here are two California brown pelicans (and a Forster's tern) flying around the point: