informal thoughts on acting, writing, and birds
While counting Canada Geese and a few other birds in a marsh along the Spurwink River on a cold and blustery day, I happened to see a small flock of buntings or larks take off from very, very far away. With about a half-hours patience, I was able to track the flock as it foraged closer. Lo and behold, the first of my 2017 target birds was spotted: Horned Larks. Sure, they never got close enough to get a photo of, but I had a few good looks through the binoculars.