This post will be about the rest of our time in Rome.
|William admiring the view|
A song alerted us to the presence of a bird with a pretty high pitched song. After a moment of searching through the bird book we figured out that it was a Serin.
A pair of Rose-ringed Parakeets were hanging out in one of the tall umbrella pines.
I think that Europeans are lucky with their Hooded Crows, which look much prettier than normal American Crows.
|A young Yellow-legged Gull|
In the afternoon we took the bus north of Rome to the town of Tivoli. There was a beautiful park there which I really enjoyed, although we didn't end up seeing too many birds there.
|Our first Chaffinch|
|Enjoying the view|
|Walking down the thin European streets|
The next day we went to the ruins of Ostia Antica. We saw some nice birds like Kestrels, Serins, Rose-ringed Parakeets, Hoopoes, and a Little Egret.
|Sunset on the Mediterranean sea|
Stay tuned for the next part!
I was also in Wapusk National Park for a week at the beginning of July, so I will make some posts about that as well!