Tag: Red-Winged Blackbird

Manatees by the Saltmarsh

November 18, 2018 Regis and I went birding at the Saltmarsh yesterday and saw lots of birds.  We saw four different birds of prey:  Bald Eagle, Osprey, Red-tailed hawk, and Northern Harrier.  While standing on the dock at the intracoastal waterway (ICW), I looked… Continue Reading “Manatees by the Saltmarsh”

Through the Cascades

July 10 We left Burlington yesterday morning and drove through the North Cascades.  It was the toughest drive the motor home has had to do.  The mountains are huge and there was endless climbing, following by endless going down.  The temperature rose significantly as… Continue Reading “Through the Cascades”

Meadowlarks and Other Critters

I love Meadowlarks.  I love how they sing and how so much volume can come out of a small bird.  They are everywhere out here.  I’ve been stalking the wildlife and playing the paparazzi with them.  The Red-Winged Blackbirds fill our campground with their… Continue Reading “Meadowlarks and Other Critters”