CRITTER SIGHTINGS IN CORRALES BOSQUE LAST WEEK

CRITTER SIGHTINGS IN CORRALES BOSQUE LAST WEEK

We haven’t seen any eagles in the past week, and it is soooo warm around Albuquerque that the eagles may have migrated early to the north.

Again, I am amazed by the number and length of stay for Steller’s Jays. They have been around for about three or four months, and I at least hear them every time I go out. A welcome addition to the Bosque.

A couple of pretty fair shots of a Great Blue Heron before and after take-off.

More Wigeons in the Bosque than usual. A shot of a Sandhill Cane, some Canada Geese, and a Mallard Duck all hanging out together.

Two shots of a Common Merganser taking off and getting air-borne.

s-Steller's s-Great Blue Heron s-GBH in Flight s-wigeon s-Merganser on Take-off s-Merganser in Air s-SC, CG & Mallards s-Cranes in Slunrise

We got out early on Saturday and got to see some Sandhill canes in the sunrise colors, and some geese with the sunrise background.

 

 

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