This morning before I decided to go to Lake Lotus Park for a little bit before work. Photographically speaking, I came away only with photos of a Limpkin. I did see a Red-eyed Vireo fly away from me and then call as I was leaving. To be honest, he was so back-lit that I could only identify him by his call.
After work I drove by the Econ River Wilderness Area. I was hoping to see Eastern Bluebirds there, and I heard a couple, but I didn't see any. In fact, photographically speaking, I was not much more productive here. I came home with photos only of a Brown-headed Nuthatch.
Well, it could be an awful lot worse. After all, both Lake Lotus Park and Econ River WA are absolutely beautiful parks. This is my second time going to Econ River WA, and it's the first time I walked all the way back to the Econ River. I simply could not do justice to the beauty of the river, with all the Cypress trees lining the edges of it. I didn't even try to photograph it with my 400mm lens, but next time, I'll be sure to bring a couple other lenses.