Monthly Archives: March 2013

Day-roosting Night-herons

            During a recent early morning visit to Anahuac NWR, Texas, I drove the wildlife observation auto route around the freshwater impoundment known as Shovelers Pond.  In contrast to the nearly dry conditions existing at the time of a late November 2012 visit, the marsh seemed to be at or near the probable full pool... Continue reading »
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A Marshy Dilemma ??

            On a recent birding road trip in the Houston, Texas area, I made a stop at the Nelson Farm site of the Katy Prairie Conservancy.  As I approached their bird blind, a mature bald eagle flew over.              The bird had the standard adult pattern of a white head and a white tail.  However,... Continue reading »
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