Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Birding Sweetwater Wetlands - Part V

Although not nearly as abundant as Mallards, Northern Shovelers, or American Wigeons, Cinnamon Teals are fairly common in the Western part of the United States. Yet, I can't help myself when I see one. They are so beautiful, deep rich "cinnamon" color with eyes that jump out at you. So, a photo is always in order:

Cinnamon Teal
In addition to birding Sweetwater Wetlands, there is always the possibility of seeing Bobcats or Raccoons. This day was no exception. In the photo below, two raccoons were crossing the Gazebo Pond: 


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