Walk in the Marshlands Conservancy

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Well, we got a bit of exercise by walking around the Marshlands Conservancy. We also had the pleasure of watching the birds at the feeder behind the building there. We saw chickadees, tufted titmice, a bluejay, and two different species of woodpeckers. One of those last was a Pileated woodpecker — the first one I’ve seen in years.


2 Responses to “Walk in the Marshlands Conservancy”

  1. kestrelhill Says:

    Seeing a Pileated is always a thrill. Love the blur-of motion chickadees — that really captures their personality.

  2. theoneifeed Says:

    Yeah, it was quite a thrill! That brilliant red crest sure made me take notice! And thanks… I heart my old Panasonic DMC-FZ10! I’ve had *so* much fun with that camera! I bought it in 2003, and it’s still going strong. Best $500 I ever spent.

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