10 April 2010

Louisiana Comes to Texas...(High Island, Texas): 10 April 2010



This Louisiana Waterthrush was digi-videoed in HAS Boy Scout Woods, when its bright bubble-gum pink legs, and clean white throat can be seen to good effect.

3 comments:

Roger said...

Nice video Sam. You'll have to wait for the Northern Waterthrush as it is still around in the Botanical Garden in Quito today, along with an Acadian Flycatcher and others. I would like to be where you are though...

Cheers
Roger Ahlman

Sam Woods said...

Thanks Roger, are Blackburnian Warblers still abundant in the Tandayapa Valley too?

Roger said...

Haven't been on the outside slope for a while so I don't know. I haven't seen any Blackburnians in the Botanical Garden, just odd birds for the interandean valley. Leaving for Sweden in a week for three months so I will get some decent migration too.