Wednesday, July 22, 2009
San Angelo and South Llano State Parks Update
A good friend & fellow blind photographer passed on the following information regarding these two shooting locations:
San Angelo State Park: Heavy numbers of doves (assuming that it's both White-winged and Mourning), though there are quite a few juveniles making the rounds. Specifically Northern Cardinals and Pyrrhuloxia, but also a young Curve-billed Thrasher. Also present in the blind area have been orioles and Northern Bobwhite Quail. This makes me happy as there were good numbers of juvenile quail from last year that were making the rounds before I left and I'm happy to hear that they're surviving the summer.
South Llano River State Park: The only thing really said was that the Painted Buntings are thick this year.
Thanks for the updates, Bill, even though in both cases it makes me yearn for home...
Image: Juvenile Northern Cardinal (male), San Angelo State Park (Sept 2008), © Jim Miller