Wednesday, March 2, 2011

2 much wrk, not enf play

   With world events being what they are (do things ever slow down?), Warren has been working TOO much lately, as has Lisa The Princess. Hey, we won't complain about steady paychecks. But birding time has been grabbed in between long weeks, amid short weekends. Maybe the Middle East will CHILL OUT when spring comes to North America and the migrants arrive? Doubt it.

   There's almost no such thing as bad birding, tho, and Birdcouple has had some pleasant experiences recently, as we always do. (We won't discuss that Black-Headed Gull here). Here's a few pix:

Brown-Headed Nuthatch, near Truitt's Landing, Worcester County, Maryland
 February 20, 2011

Horned Lark, near Truitt's Landing, Worcester County, Maryland
February 20, 2011

Common Merganser, over the Susquehanna River, Harford County, Maryland
February 26, 2011

1 comment:

Ross Geredien said...

I can only imagine how swamped you are with the entire Arab world erupting....
Life here has also been busy with very limited birding. So nice to keep up with your blog posts, though.