The next few weeks may be dicey, website-wise, as I’m working flat out on the Albatross. (I keep saying that but posts keep appearing.) Just don’t expect substantive ones, as my brain hurts.
How about some nice photos from our correspondent in Idaho, Stephen Barnard? (Click to enlarge.)
Three ways of looking at a rufous hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus):
This is what they’re afraid of, for a sting could mean death:
A nighthawk (Chordeiles minor):
A sandhill crane (Grus canadensis):
And three more views of the rufous, first at the feeder:
Rufous at sunset:
Finally, a lovely landscape. . .