Today, I saw an American Redstart. It’s another tiny little warbler. First I noticed the male, and then a few minutes later a little gray bird caught my attention. I didn’t know what it was, so I snapped a picture. I believe it’s the female.
At the edge of the lake, I saw a sizable bird that resembled a heron but was not one of the herons I know. Looking it up, I found out it was a Black-crowned Night Heron.
When he turned his head, you could see the long plumes.
By some bushes, I heard some loud cries. I watched and an adult American Robin hopped along the ground followed by two fledglings. The adult continued to hop forward and the babies followed making quite a noise. The adult appeared to be showing the young ones how to forage for themselves. It was very cute.
Finally, I saw the irises have started to bloom.
How have you been?
OK. Just me and my dog, Kassey, hanging out watching movies and reading books all day. Slow life, but I like it. How are you doing?
I’ve been doing well. I’ve been spending a lot of time in the park. Well, I guess that much is obvious. But I saw some geese one day literally feathering their nest and the next day they had eggs. I’ve been going back to check up on them from time to time.
Wow!!! What great pictures!!!