We woke up at 7:30am and had breakfast and got organized to go to the Birding and Nature Center for a guided tour. A group of us met our guide Ryan on the front deck. He talked a bit about the Birding Center and then led us on the walk. We saw birds that we had not seen before and it was great having Ryan along to tell us the names of the birds and tell us a bit about the birds and their habitat.
We took over 200 photos on our walk, I will spare you the agony of looking at all 200 photos and just show you some of the best photos.
A Redhead Duck
A Reddish Egret
A Snowy Egret fluffing its feathers
A Little Blue Heron
A Hermit Crab
A Red Breasted Merganser
Very rarely seen during the daytime, a Black Crowned Night Heron
A Common Moorhen
An American Coot
A Great Egret
A Pied-Billed Grebe
I don’t need to tell you what this is…
A Northern Shoveler
A Lesser Yellowlegs Sandpiper
After walking the boardwalks at the birding center we came back to our trailer and had some lunch. After lunch I relaxed, worked on my computer for a bit and read part of the book that I am reading on my Kindle. Karen went to the laundry room and did our laundry.
It is a beautiful sunny day, high of 25 Celsius.
We walked over to the sunset viewing deck at 5:30pm.
To see all of our photos from this evening you can find them on my FLICKR site.