Ron Shields: Disposal Road Report


IMG_4805-001Ron Shields reports:

"Attached please find a sampling of images taken from the growth surrounding the "puddles" along Disposal Road before the drought wiped them out.  If you look real close, you'll note that the female indigo bunting (left) is banded.  [See link from earlier this week; must have been a double ring ceremony.]

"In addition, raptor action continues to heat up with Peregrine Falcons perching on the towers and hunting over the landfills. As many as four kestrels have been spotted in the fields as well."

Two more pix follow.



2 thoughts on “Ron Shields: Disposal Road Report

  1. Ron

    The first image is one of two young yellow warblers I’ve seen in the area often accompanied by an adult.


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