Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Stilts in the Air

Black-necked stilts. Antelope Island State Park north of Salt Lake City, Utah.

One morning in Utah, while birding Antelope Island State Park, I was treated to awesome fly-by looks at several groups of black-necked stilts, as well as flocks of American avocets and clouds of Wilson's phalaropes (I hope to share pix of these with you soon).

I may be unable to blog for the next few days, so I hope I don't lose your eyeballs for good. "See" you soon.


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At 9:56 PM, Anonymous Mary said...

You won't lose my eyeballs. Cause - those birds you mentioned are foreign to me. Your blog is very eye-opening and I thank you.

At 4:18 PM, Anonymous Kyle said...

Bill, while I have never been a frequent commenter, I've been hooked on your blog ever since venturing over from your lovely wife's site. I'm sure I speak for many in saying that you won't lose us simply from a short absence. We'll be here waiting when you get back!

Thanks as ever for sharing your wonderful photos, thoughts and family.


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