A small sample of the thirty Crested Caracara that appeared in front of our cameras at the raptor blind in the morning.
Inflight shots, raptor antics and unusual appearances were the highlight of the latest South Texas Bird Photography Workshop. Held March 22-25 at Laguna Seca Ranch in Hidalgo County, Texas, the workshop was fraught with overcast skies for most of the time, but great shooting was had never the less by everyone in attendance.
A wild turkey hen and jake made several surprise visits to both the morning blind and afternoon blind.
Roadrunner, Pyrrhuloxia, Green jay in flight and a pair of Golden-fronted woodpeckers by Dolph McCranie.
Wild turkey made a surprise visit, Sparrow on branch, Caracara in the wildflowers, and Bathing sparrow by David Alexander.
Cardinal bath time, Pyrrhuloxia female, Turkey vulture landing, and Golden=fronted woodpecker by H.S. “Burt” Garcia.
Curve-bill thrasher and Golden-fronted woodpecker in flight, Crested caracara on ground and landing by Gary Eastes.
Red-wing blackbird pair (female landing),Crested caracara landing, Northern moclingbird, Red-wing blackbird female, Green jay, and (poss.) Green-tailed towhee by Jill Mcclain.
The next South Texas Bird Photography Workshops are scheduled for October 25-28, 2018 and February 28-March 3, 2019. Seats are limited, but currently available.
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