|Bags and Boots|
|I stuck my head in an alligator's mouth. LOL.|
|Green heron hunting|
|Two Barrow's goldeneyes with a green-winged teal|
|Boardwalk and observation tower.|
|Ruddy duck with tail in the water|
|Pied-billed grebes - winter plumage|
|Flock of white ibis with American coot behind.|
|"Aren't I handsome?"|
|Great blue heron thinks it's a statue!|
|Looks like black-capped petrel.|
Next we stopped at Paradise Pond. One of the other birders at Leonabelle Turnbull told us not to expect much at Paradise Pond as there is no pond left. We saw one bird by a watering hole and a bunch of weeds and trees, no pond.
Fungi were the most visually interesting vegetation at Paradise Pond.
|Close-up photo of fungi|
The sky kept getting darker and we could see rain cells moving in. When we got to Charlie's Pasture, we started walking and a brief shower made us turn back to the pavilion. We waited a few minutes and set out again.
|Beautiful blooms in January.|
|Sun and rain|
|Boardwalk at Charlie's Pasture|
|Wilson's phalarope, lower center|
|Little blue heron, I think.|
Back in San Antonio, we had dinner at Taqueria Guadalajara across the street from our RV park. Bob had enchiladas verdes and I opted for fajitas de pollo. They make very good food and I had enough fajitas left over to make at least one more meal.
This night owl is calling it a morning. Tomorrow, a friend and I are off to see a movie. I'd like to see "Her."