Yet another Muskegon birding trip Part II
On Saturday August 17th, I made yet another trip to Muskegon to do some birding. The difference between this trip and all of my others is that this time I wasn’t alone. This was a field trip put on by the Muskegon County Nature Club, which I am thinking of joining.
After this trip, I’m not sure that I am cut out for group birding yet. I also found out that there is a Grand Rapids group that is very similar, so I think that I should check it out as well.
On to the photos!
Yet another lifer for me, Wilson’s Phararopes.
I’m not sure what was going on here, but the Great blue heron and the gulls seemed to be performing a ballet.
Another lifer for me, Nelson’s sparrows.
And to show you that I can shoot something other than birds, I present this one for your consideration.
But even a reflection shot looks better with a bird in it. 😉
At least four lifers for me, I lost count, and better photos of many of the species that I’ve already photographed, it was an excellent day!
That’s it for this one, thanks for stopping by!