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Drive from Harlingen, TX to McAllen Airport to start the adventure. 15:00 Depart MFE AA Flt 808 to DFW
Arrive DFW 16:35
21:25 Depart DFW AA Flt 80 to London Heathrow
Arrive London 12:25
18:15 Depart London BA Flt 322 to Paris CDG
Arrive Paris 20:30 May 3. RON Paris May 3; Hotel Campanile Roissy Charles de Gaulle
... we thought we might try for nightjars. So we headed for the loneliest roads that paralleled the border. After inadvertently almost crossing the border into Mexico, we found a very quiet road and within 5 minutes had two COMMON PAURAQUE and a COMMON NIGHTHAWK. The PAURAQUE we calling, which was cool. After our success we headed for bed. Early morning today as we head upstream to look for more arid country species and red-billed pigeon. More on that ...
... GREEN JAYS, PLAIN CHACHALACAS, and WHITE-TIPPED DOVES. Overall, we had close to 80 species here adding most of the specialties.
After donating over a pint of blood to the ravenous skeeters...we decided to dodge the thunderstorm and head out towards our next destination. What happened next...well...let's just say it was a long couple of hours. We basically ended up driving over to Sabal Palms Grove in what only ...
... to birders willing to pay to get private access...Now how do I convince my wife that Brownsville, TX is a happening place?HM....I am accepting ideas! Photos to the person who gives me a winning argument!!
That was it for today...tomorrow we are heading to Bentsen-Rio Grande where a Collared Forest Falcon is being rumored. Then we will chase ANIs and Crimson-Collared Grosbeak. So check back tomorrow....oh and send in those ideas!!!
... was the Live Stock Show parade. Now the Hispanics love a parade, and when they have one they do it up right. We were on the main wind blown street of downtown Mercedes early, and luckily found parking in an abandoned gas station right on the parade route. We set up our chairs and sat in the windy blown sand driven street waiting to be amazed. As can be imagined the parade was a display of animals, mainly horses and horses of all sizes and colors and saddles and bridles and all sorts of ...