Earlier on in the season there were always tonnes of Barn Swallows flying around the area, and therefore quite a few of them ended up in our nets.
|A vicious chickadee. Chickadee aren't very common at the marsh|
One day a Solitary Sandpiper managed to find its way into the nets, a station first!
|Many birds after a busy net check|
|House Wren, uncommon at the marsh|
|Le Conte's Sparrow|
|White-crowned Sparrow (juvenile)|
I have some kind of marsh bird in my yard it has been here about 3 days it keeps scratching in the birdbath I'm afraid it's going to starve is there a way to trap it and take it to the lake looks like a young one brown long legs long beak walked across my pain but there's no marshy areaReplyDelete
Walked across my pondReplyDelete