So even though I didn't come home with many Burrowing Owls images yesterday these Western Kingbird images more than made up for it!
I started my morning yesterday on Antelope Island State Park with a mated pair of singing Song Dogs.
I don't often have the opportunity to photograph juvenile Lark Sparrows so I jumped at the chance last Saturday when I saw this one on Antelope Island State Park.
You might wonder why I think it is tough being a bird photographer when it comes to Burrowing Owls.
Yesterday I posted a juvenile Wilson's Phalarope and today I am posting an assortment of others birds I photographed the same day at Bear River NWR.
Bear River National Wildlife Refuge was lovely yesterday morning and one of the nice surprises I found was this juvenile Wilson's Phalarope on the west side of the auto tour route.
It has been a few years since I have seen Short-eared Owls with any regularity and I really miss seeing these beautiful owls.
Every once in a while I find myself attracted to an image not just because of the subject but also because of reflections and this American White Pelican image is one of those.