Monthly Log

July

This morning I saw a bright yellow flash in the shrubbery – a Wilson’s Warbler! Both adult and juvenile Wilson’s Warblers are bright yellow.

Nestlings have probably fledged, and they’re learning to forage in the willows near the stream.
Many juvenile birds still have some downy feathers while they’re learning to fly, and it’s fun to watch their flying lessons.

What young birds have you seen learning to fly?