So what do eco-tourism guides do on their day off? Go birding of course!
We enjoyed the Window on Wildlife at Pearson Park so much, Greg Miller and I decided to return for more photos.
Note the rose colored patch on male Rose-breasted Grosbeaks. They are surprisingly variable in size and shape. This one is rather jagged and "lighting" like!
|BEHOLD! The belly is red!|
One of the great mysteries of life: why did they call them "Red-bellied Woodpecker"?
|Woodchuck, or Whistle-pig?|
|Raccoon taking an afternoon snooze.|
It was wonderful to see so many friends and spend time with fellow eco-freaks in northwest Ohio. For now, I bid you good-bye and plan to get caught up on a little rest myself.