Saturday, November 08, 2008

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge



Howdee all,

Jeff and I birded Bombay Hook the other day....Wow...We didn't realize the coast of Delaware had all these wonderful natural areas...guess we need to travel more....tee hee...
We have been in the area almost a week now, staying in Cape Henlopan state park.
The weather hasn't been to cooperative...we are birding between the raindrops.
I took this morning off to do some house cleaning, blogging and hang out with my little fur boy. Jeff is out Birding...trying to find the Nelsons Sharp tailed sparrow and the Saltmarsh sharp tailed sparrow.

Even though its a bit rainy and drizzly it still such a beautiful time of year...the colors are still turning here and it feels wonderfully autumn.






4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am still waiting for the bird to eat the fish. chicky

Adele said...

That was really beautiful. What were those first flocks on the water. Where they feeding or putting on a show for you. Did that silly bird every eat that fish. That first still of the two buildings was very very pretty.

dAwN said...

the first flocks that were putting on the show were dunlins...dont know why they kept flying around like that...we hung around for over 15 minutes watching the great blue heron..the silly bird walked off...dont know if he came back to finally eat that fish..we should have taken it to cook up for dinner...

Denise said...

That was a very enjoyable movie. Beautiful area, lots of lovely birds. The heron with the that huge bass was fascinating to watch. Thank you for sharing this.

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