Pretty clear day now.
Nice view of the mountains through the willows. You can sort of see a small dot in the middle of the photo - that's a dust particle in my camera sensor. D'oh!
Ring-necked Pheasant spotted at Sharing Farm again. I wonder why I saw so little of it last year?
I spent some day photographing the heron near the bottom of this picture. But I like this landscape view the best.
A male Northern Harrier hovered back and forth along the riverbank, then it flew over the parking lot (taken with E-620).
Poor lighting made photographing this preening Bald Eagle difficult (there was another eagle inside the nest).
Right place at the right time. Marine radar reflector and harrier.
The lonely radar reflector facing the rain.
The new time switch made birding much longer now, and by the time I got home, it was already 6 o'clock - dinner time!
As I was dinner, my mother saw the rainbow and told me to quickly to take a photo. Nice.