Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Bird watchers can see a rare treat

Bass fishing is slamming on river now. Duck hunters get ready. This second season is when it’s time to whack ‘em.  We now have three pair of bald eagles nesting between Bastrop and the FM 969 bridge. Also, I have a pair of Caracara below my house. These birds are native to Mexico and are not seen this far north very often. They are black with a white chest and redish-orange beak. They are lazy and don’t like to fly unless they have to. For you bird watchers, I have a full plate for you to look at.

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