Courtyard By Marriott Harlingen
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Travel Blogs from Harlingen
... to Resaca De La Palma. First bird we found there was PHILADELPHIA VIREO. A good start. As we walked down to the Resaca, we got into a nice feeding flock of warblers that was made up of BLACKBURNIAN, CERULEAN, GOLDEN-WINGED, BLACK-THROATED GREEN, ORANGE-CROWNED, and MAGNOLIA. Again no kingfishers so we headed out. As we were heading for the car one of the park workers drove up in his golf cart to talk to us. I immediately noticed his ...
... complaining that I was not driving the speed limit (70 mph)..."yeah right Bob...look out the window...I can't see anything" - see photos!
But we made it to Sabal Palms in one piece and dodged a few more rain drops to stand under a porch and watch some feeders. As the rain let up...the female CRIMSON-COLLARD GROSBEAK flew into feed on some apples. What was cool, more than the grosbeak, was once the rain started to ...
... to head for the border.
Once we got south of Corpus Christi we began seeing WHITE-TAILED and HARRIS'S HAWK. We started looking for Aplomado Falcon east of Brownsville but dipped on it. We did find more CRESTED CARACARA, WHITE-TAILED HAWKS, HARRIS' HAWKS, a CURVE-BILLED THRASHER, a number of HOODED ORIOLES, a PAINTED BUNTING...and a possible job for Eric!!!
As we stopped along the road in front of a ranch, the young guy came up to ...
Well………well… 230;…..well………. Hmmmmm……….really peed off a constituent in the last posting. Don't understand it, didn’t seem to be just one issue though, and not totally based on the blog, obviously they need to take an alternate reading course, these are all personal, tongue in cheek comments and observations and not really to be taken seriously. Aside from grammatical tutorial I got a lesson in e-mail etiquette and ...
... say, but does he
have any idea of what the hell the problems are in the Northern hemisphere, and
does he care. I had really liked the idea of electing the guy from the USA. He has
charisma, character, a sense of humour, and I am sure being from his
surroundings, a firm grip on the problems of the world, and what seems a great
ability to deal with them. Is this not what we need in leadership today? Man,
listen to the Sunday morning ...