Yesterday Dee and I spent four hours at San Bernard NWR on a perfect winter day. There were fewer birds than I had hoped for but we still saw 41 species.
The entrance road was lined with Loggerhead Shrikes and American Kestrels.
Although the Moccasin Loop was quiet for water- and wading birds, we saw enough to keep us occupied.
Bobcat Woods was very busy with common birds.
The highlights of the day, though, were all the great views we had of raptors: Northern Harriers, Red-tailed Hawks, Red-shouldered Hawk, White-tailed Hawk, Merlin and Crested Caracara.