What Else Is At Whitewater Draw?
This gorgeous White-crowned Sparrow was one of dozens of species we saw at Whitewater Draw - in addition to the 10,000 Sandhill Cranes
Tom caught a few good shots of this Savannah Sparrow.
I was extremely proud of myself for sighting a Common Yellowthroat among the weeds. It wouldn't be a big deal to most birders, but I am absolutely no good at warblers!
There were Northern Shovelers galore.
A couple of Ring-necked ducks.
A few scattered Common Mergansers.
Tons of American Coots were in the marsh. I like this image because the bird looks like he is smiling.
These are just a few of the dozens of species that can be seen at Whitewater Draw in Southern Arizona. It is a spectacular birding location with spectacular scenery to boot!
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March 4, 2012 at 3:27 PM
March 4, 2012 at 6:18 PM
Thank you, Andy!
I love positive comments, critical comments,and corrections most of all!
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