Monday, April 1, 2013

Another Ohio First!


We've lucky to get quite a few fantastic birds visiting our gardens over the years. The placement of native plants, water features and good food is the way to attract a wonderful variety of birds to ones garden.

Very early this morning I heard a quiet ruckus(I've always wanted to use that word!) out back. When I arose to check out the clatter and see what was the matter, I was shocked to find a Sag-billed Whirl-eyed Antpitta feeding on the new earth worm feeder I put out Sunday. Using my night scope attachment I managed to get one shot before he walked away into the nether regions of the night.

What an amazing find here on the north coast of America...