Category Archives: Eastern Meadowlark

Eastern Bluebirds Have Returned To Build A Nest!

I’m very excited by this. Their first nest of this season they built somewhere else.  They would still visit on a daily basis, but they didn’t attempt to build any nests. That has now changed. They just finished building a nest and all that appears missing are a few eggs.  I’m super happy they are […]

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The Birds Of Quintana Texas Part Two

This is part two of my vacation to Quintana, Texas.  The following pictures weren’t actually taken at the Quintana Neotropical Bird Sanctuary, but instead were taken at either the San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge or the Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge.  Both are very close to where I was staying in Quintana so that is why […]

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The Birds Of Quintana Texas Part One

I just got back from vacation in Quintana, Texas.  I went to take pictures of the Spring bird migration at the Quintana Neotropical Bird Sanctuary.  I was fortunate enough to again meet up with Greg Lavaty, who is one of the premier bird photographers in Texas. The first day was rather overcast, and I wasn’t […]

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Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge: Skillern Tract

I did take my trip to Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge.  Specifically I went to the Skillern Tract part of the refuge.  I can’t recommend this part of the wildlife refuge highly enough.  It is awesome!  From what I read, it’s still relatively unknown among birders, but that probably won’t last for long.  I actually went […]

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