Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Day 209 - 27th July 2016 - Palm Warblers and Yellow Rumped Warbler

Life in the Country is funny some mornings. Got up at 4:30 am, went out on the deck to check the weather and there's a huge white beast eating grass and another small one runs by. Oops one of the horses and the two donkeys are out of the neighbour's pasture. So I called her and woke Larry up and in a short period of time the escapees were all back where they belonged. I must admit I was a bit startled when I first saw Nova - he's huge - especially on a foggy morning!
Tuesday delivered very little rain but lots of humidity and Wednesday doesn't appear to be any different. Going to be another hot day. The yard was full of birds last evening - mostly an explosion of Palm Warblers, some Yellow-Rumped Warblers and Hermit Thrushes. Great time just sitting on the deck watching all the youngsters.

Palm Warbler

A little preening.

Yellow Rumped Warbler.

Roadside weeds.

Enjoy your day!

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