Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Springtime at the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge

It feels weird not posting the photos from our spring visit to the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge, but I added them into the video below along with all the footage we took and I'm really happy with how it turned out. (I'll be posting the photos on social media, so you can see them on Twitter and Instagram, too.) It was easy to take fantastic photos when the rising sun and full moon seemed to make everything glow at the refuge.

We saw a variety of different birds, including Black-necked Stilts, Snowy Egret, Black Phoebe, Tree Swallow and Marsh Wren, just to name a few. Ducks were out in abundance with plenty of Bufflehead, Rind-necked and Northern Shovelers. And not everything at the refuge has wings! There were also black-tailed deer, western pond turtle, and black-tailed jackrabbits.

I only hope that my video does justice to the natural beauty of the refuge...

Let's go birding!
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