The road leaving from the bunkhouse. It led to many wonderful photo locations.
Red Winged Blackbird at the marsh . just making some noise.
A Plover checking me out. I was down on my knees taking a photo of something else and I looked over my shoulder and about 4 to 6 feet away was this guy?
On the way back to the bunkhouse as came to a marsh there was a large number of Egrets feeding. So Eric stopped and we got out and with his direction moved in slowly and got quite close and and some good shots.
We were here for a sunset. It was a marsh that was very quiet and peaceful. We didn't have a problem with bugs
Another view of the old house at sunset.
There were some hummingbird feeders on the porch and during the time we were not out on a outing we would take a few shots of these guys
This guy was all alone just standing there as to say where did the water go.
Another guy (Spotted Sandpiper) wondering where did the water go. No one there but our group. A dozens of us.
A couple of friends. They were not fenced in . There were about 6 donkeys and they would wander up to the bunkhouse for food and attention, which they got plenty of...
A passing storm. On the first day Thursday there was some strong storms going by. We got a little rain but for the remainder of the weekend the weather food and people were wonderful.
Painted bunting: I was sitting on the porch of the bunk house and along he came. he stayed for about 15 minutes.
I had a great time and I will be looking for the chance to do another trip with you and Marvin.