Monday, January 8, 2018

Still plugging away

So far, I have made it out birding to some greater or lesser degree every day this first week of 2018. The list is still growing but will certainly be hard to match that break neck speed of the first day. At the end of Saturday night, I stand at 109 species.

Jeanne and I are going to make a run over to the Pacific side of the Baja, to Conquista Agraria. This should yield both some of the shorebirds missing from my list as well as a few desert species.

Much of my time this week has been close in, near the marina. Here are a few of the birds I have found along the water front of La Paz

Tri-colored Heron

White Ibis


Snowy Egret

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