Central Winds continues to amaze me. This morning before work I found 9 species in the park: Cape May, Yellow, Yellow-throated, Pine, Common Yellowthroat, Ovenbird, Northern Parula, Northern Waterthrush, and American Redstart. The star of the show was a Yellow-throated Warbler that perched low in a tree for me. But a Northern Waterthrush was probably the oddest find. It was foraging perhaps 15 feet up in a tree farther away from the lake than I would have guessed. My photo isn't that good, but I thought I'd show it just because it seems unusual to me.
Love the photos ... as usual! Do you know what is it that that cute Yellow-throated is attempting to eat? A seed pod? Some kind of larva?ReplyDelete
Thanks! I wish I knew what it was eating.ReplyDelete
Ah, Warbler envy...ReplyDelete
Hi Scott.. Every time I see a post from this park I read "Central Park" and think you are in NYC.. That bird food looks suspiciously like a slug.. I perused prevous posts as well.. Lovely Limpkin portraits and I love the racoon!ReplyDelete