|Roseate Spoonbill at Bunche Beach Preserve|
Its been awhile since I birded at Bunche Beach. Haven't really had the time.
But today I arrived at the low tide and found lots of birds busy feeding on the flats.
Had my first Black Tern of the year, in the company Least, Royal and Sandwich Terns.
A couple of dozen Red Knots were busy feeding in the exposed sea grasses. We had Short-billed Dowitchers, Ruddy Turnstones, Least Sandpipers, Willets, Marbled Godwits, Black-bellied Plovers, Wilson, Piping and Semipalmated Plovers too.
Lots of Marbled Godwits present today.
This individual is extremely pale in coloration.
|An extremely light colored Marbled Godwit|
|Royal Tern family|
|Young Royal Tern begging for a snack|
A family of Gray Kingbirds were sitting on the wires
at the intersection of John Morris Road and Summerlin
|Red Mangrove in Bloom|