Friday, September 30, 2016

Henderson, NV. Birding Adventure Plus Wetlands Park

We have moved to one hot site from another.
DesertDale likes to take photos of birds, of any kind and I enjoy following him.
These are 2 Mallard Ducks seen at Bird Viewing Preserve in Henderson.

Henderson's Bird Viewing Preserve is locaited at their Water Reclamation Facility, near Galleria Dr. and the Boulder Highway.
There are some 100 acres of basins, lagoons and ponds .  The best time to go is in  the cooler months.  There are a few birds there even in the summer.

This was taken last year, when the fall migration was on at the Henderson site.
The fall migration is the is the best for you and the birds, such as Loons, Grebes, Cormorants,  Herons, Egrets, the Sandpipers, Ibisies, Gulls, Roadrunners and many more. This Tuttle and the Painte Tuttle are just 2 of the many animals wee seen.

Same tuttle in and out of water.

The Painted Tuttle is a smaller type.
As we come to the end of our walk this rabbit runs right if front of us.


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