11 May A Gift from a Wood Thrush
Posted at 22:19h in From Lauret, Uncategorized, Washington, D.C. 0 Comments
A few weeks ago, White-Throated Sparrows called from the woods near the mouth of Glover Archbold Park in Washington, DC, joining resident cardinals and wrens. Now Wood Thrush songs ring through the forest. I’d never seen this reclusive bird so close before, but its song greeted me on my walk back from the Potomac River. Less than 15 ft away!
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