I and the Bird: Jays
Sorry to throw you all over to 10,000 Birds this week, but it just so happened that my regular gig there lined up with I and the Bird, so that’s where I was this week.
In any case, here’s the most recent IATB on the subject of Jays, everyone’s favorite Corvids (unless you have nutcrackers, then I understand).
It occurs to me, as I look at my old photos of jays to look for something to use in this post, that I’ve never been able to get a good shot of a Blue Jay. I should work on that. Anyway, go over there, support the links and send me your own links for the next one if you’re of the blogging persuasion. I’m working on a subject. Thinking Herons and Egrets though that may be too much. Maybe just storks or something like that. Any suggestions are welcome.
While I’m on this stream on consciousness roll here, I do have some terribly exciting news about a place I may be birding at the end of this month that might blow your mind. That is, if it doesn’t blow mine first. It’s not completely finalized so I can’t announce it yet, but it involves being in a place I never ever expected to go seeing birds I never ever expected I’d see using a field guide I already have, but never ever expected to use.
Hopefully, more to come soon.