Buckskin Mountain State Park
I have been leading Bird Walks at Cattail Cove State Park for two weeks now. I'm starting to get in a rhythm, knowing where the birds will be and what kind, and enjoying meeting new people each day. Yesterday was a day off, so we did what any bird crazed people would do, we went birding. We traveled on down the Colorado River about fifteen miles to Buckskin Mountain State Park for a morning of birding. Having spent several years volunteering at Buckskin, we always enjoy coming back and birding. We got a good list of birds and photos which you can see here.
Later in the afternoon we moseyed on down the river to this area we know for some stealth camping for the night. Of course Buster was anxious to go for a walk, so we also made up another bird list, which you can see here. As the sun went down later in the evening, this was the view out our windshield.