Podcast Recording and a Bit of Birding

in #birding4 years ago

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The most numerous species of bird today at the Swan Creek County Park was Dark-eyed Junco Junco hyemalis.

My birding highlight today was having Ben Lizdas on the Bird Banter Podcast for Episode #7. You can find The Bird Banter Podcast on the iTunes store, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher or on Podbean. I am in the process of also posting my podcast episodes to dSound on the steemit blockchain.


I hope to have that edited and ready to go online tomorrow, but after the recording session I got out for a little birding. Three stops, first at the 11th Street Puyallup River Bridge, then the Gog-li-hi-ti Wetlands, and then a walk at the upper Swan Creek County Park.

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This American Robin Turdus migratorius sang from the top of a large pile of gravel, playing King of the Mountain.

The first two stops were very quiet, midday birding and not much moving. The walk at Swan Creek was a bit more productive. A Spotted Towhee gave me a photo chance shortly after walking into the park.

Spotted Towhee Pipilo maculatus.

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An American Robin played King of the Mountain. A Ruby-crowned Kinglet gave a typical look, i.e. no ruby crown visible, but the greenish color, hyperactive behavior, black area behind the second wing bar, and tiny size.


Very beautyful pictures, I especially like the one of the Junco hyemalis.

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