Tag: pelecanus erythrorhynchos

Common Yellowthroat

I have been walking our path to the marsh behind us regularly to check out which shorebirds are feeding. As I stand next to the marsh, I am among some bushes. A female or immature common yellowthroat has come to check me out the… Continue Reading “Common Yellowthroat”

Black and White Birds in Flight

One of our blog readers requested that I do a post on a different species each day until the St. Augustine Christmas Bird Count on December 19. As I was thinking of which bird to choose today, I saw white pelicans flying overhead. There… Continue Reading “Black and White Birds in Flight”

In the Gutter

On Fridays, I usually clean the aviaries at the Ark. Today, we had two new pelican patients and one on the way. It does not appear to be a good time for pelicans at the moment. The good news is that the loon was… Continue Reading “In the Gutter”

Wyoming Scenic Backway

We have learned that scenic “backways” mean dirt roads. Dirt roads can be anywhere from high quality allowing high speed travel to so bad you can’t drive on it. There is everything in between. Today’s road was in pretty good shape. The road went… Continue Reading “Wyoming Scenic Backway”