Shorebirds are still migrating through the Salt Lake Valley and Farmington Bay WMA and there have been quite a few Greater Yellowlegs in the area. Typically Greater Yellowlegs are the first shorebirds I see in the spring and also they appear to be among the last to leave during fall migration. Last week I was able to photograph this pair of Greater Yellowlegs on the wing as they flew in to feed in the shallow area of water at the four-way at Farmington Bay.
Speaking of migration… I am migrating my photo galleries from the program I used for years over to galleries on my blog. So far I have moved Landscapes, Flower and Tree Images and Miscellaneous Images.
Those galleries can be found by clicking the links at the top right of every page. It is going to take lots of work to move the bird, wildlife and photos from my favorite travel locations because there are over 5000 images to place into my new galleries.
You may have also noticed that I changed the look of my blog. That basically came about because something in my old theme broke. I do like this new look though so I am glad I changed it.
It seems like birds aren’t the only ones migrating right now, I suppose in a way I am too.
Life is good but busy!