Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Brushline Road & La Sal del Ray 1/22

                There was plenty to see in the sky that cold morning in January. First is a Harris's Hawk and then a pair of Crested Caracara, known as Mexican Eagles, but not nearly as cool as American Eagles. Then came the White-tailed Kite flying over looking for dinner before preening treetop. On to La Sal del Ray, which is a 1/2 mile hike from the parking lot before the hike. It was pleasant but not sure about the effort it took to get there

Harris's Hawk
Crested Caracaras 
White-tailed Kite

Gunnar and Paul my front seat drivers.
                Not much to see at La Sal del Rey, but an Egrit, Sanderlings, plants and salt.

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