I don’t see these beauties much back home, so photographing them at Lee Metcalf NWR (southwest Montana) was a real treat:
And seeing a fledgling bird was even more fun:
The Yellow-headed Blackbird is a resident of marshy areas and often in company of the more common Red-winged Blackbird, which I’ll feature soon.
For those of you who subscribe to my e-mail blog service, I apologize if you haven’t been receiving my blog posts. I was just notified that some of my recent posts have not been sent out to my subscribers. I’ve looked into this and have, hopefully, got this corrected. If you missed the warbler and osprey posts from Lee Metcalf NWR, here are links to them:
- “Golden Beauty” (Common Yellowthroat)
- “Osprey Over Lee Metcalf” (Osprey in flight)
- “Home Improvement” (Nesting Osprey)
And if you missed additional posts, please click around the blog and you will find them there. Sorry for the inconvenience.