Tufted Titmouse

Taking advantage of the few days where we have warm weather here in South East Michigan.  Backyard birding during this time of the year can be extremely rewarding.  You can put out a few feeders and wait until the migration towards Canada begins.  Once again, the Biggest Week In Birding has been effected by the Covid-19 pandemic.  I am going to have access to the Magee Marsh boardwalk for two hours next Monday.  I’m praying for dry weather.  Even though some of the area hot spots are closed, there are many park openings that will allow for great birding.  I am fortunate that the Toledo-Lucas County Metroparks system is within a few miles of my home in Ohio.  As the migration continues through the month of May, I will have more than enough opportunities to provide you with more images of warblers, shore birds, and others.  Stay tuned here on face book or follow me over on Twitter!  Enjoy!

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