But in the midst of what is still general chaos for me, I find a little sense of order is regained by looking at some of my images. I can remember where I was when I took each and every one of these images. Fancy that! I don't know where I put the damn measuring tape or that pair of pliers, but I know exactly where I was when I took each of these photos. That makes me feel a bit better. I hope you enjoy looking at them!
|A lovely Say's Phoebe taken at|
Grizzly Island Wildlife Area, CA
|American Goldfinch in my San Rafael backyard.|
|Breakfast for a Red-breasted Nuthatch, also|
in my backyard.
|This Wilson's Warbler gave me a good look|
at Point Reyes National Seashore, CA.
| An Anna's Hummingbird in a treetop,|
Corte Madera Creek, CA
|This shot of an American Kestrel was taken|
through my windshield at Grizzly Island
Wildlife Area, CA.
|A White-tailed Kite about to descend upon its|
prey in American Canyon, CA.
|A lovely "butterbutt" or Yellow-rumped Warbler perched|
among the cattails at the Las Gallinas Wildlife
Ponds in San Rafael, CA.
|This Red-winged Blackbird was eating berries in|
a shopping center parking lot in Corte Madera, CA.
|And here's a little Chipping Sparrow by|
Corte Madera Creek in CA.
|This sweet Song Sparrow was flitting among |
the rocks on the jetty at the
Loch Lomand Marina, San Rafael, CA.
Thanks for stopping by and good birding to you!