We left Ernst Tinaja trail for the Five mile bumpy drive back to the paved road.
This Yucca will be flowering soon
After leaving the dirt road we head to our next destination.
length 1.4 miles
Wasn't too long ago the you could cross the river and visit the town on the other side, now that isn't allowed.
The Mexicans now bring their wares over to the American side..and although it is illegal to purchase goods this way. I saw people doing it. It is ok to put donations in the jar.Jeff viewing men across the river, the Mexican men were viewing us with their binos, When people made purchases they rode their horses thru the river to get their money. A prickly pear in bloom Bright yellow flowers with orange centers.. This is a short hike that takes you back into the Boquillas Canyon. It skirts the river and ends in a series of sand hills and cave weathered cliffs.
I wonder what they were filming? On our way back I noticed the rock wall was all crystal… We didn't notice it on the way because we were too intent on seeing what the filming was all about. How could I have missed these beauties? Doesn't it look nice and cool here?
After using my birding apps…I use IBird and Sibley.
I love that you can compare birds in Sibley and use that part of the app allot.
We listened to the call and decided it was the…
Birds of the Day
Meadowlark, Cactus Wren, Turkey Vulture, Black-throated sparrow, Common Raven, Loggerhead shrike,Inca dove,Vermillion flycatcher,Mockingbird, White-wing dove,Ladderback woodpecker,Rock Wren, Ash-throated flycatcher, Blue-winged teal,Says phoebe,Black phoebe,Verper sparrow, Chipping sparrow,Canyon Towhee,Yellow rumped warbler,House finch, Rough winged swallow, Road runner.
Part 3 of this day are some nice sunset shots
to be continued.