Tomorrow morning I fly to Tucson for six days of birding in Southeast Arizona. This along with Alaska remains one of the only areas of North America where it’s still possible to rack-up some impressive numbers of year-birds. I’ll comment much more tomorrow on strategy and target birds. I received these photos from Denise Shields of the Yellow Rail Walk at Anauhuac NWR on April 23. This was immediately after finding a single Yellow Rail. Bill and I “High Fived” out of jubilation.
I’ll be back at least once more to Texas. A June trip to try for Hook-billed Kites, Yellow-greened Vireo and Masked Duck.