Friday, June 19

Tree Swallow, Spotted Towhee, Eastern Kingbird

Wed. at Custer Park, I found someone home in one of the many birdhouses attached to the fenceline at the buffalo round-up (an annual event) corrals. This tree swallow left while I watched him the first time, then he was home again in apt. 21 when I came back.

I took one of the dirt county roads out of the park, and found this spotted towhee singing in a tree...another towhee was somewhere nearby answering. My first sighting of the towhee.

The second new bird I found Wed. on the county road was the Eastern kingbird! Score!

1 comment:

  1. It's always cool when you find a new species of bird, well done!