White Pelican with the start of some breeding coloring including the 'hump' on the upper bill.
Bald Eagle preparing for the take off leap.
This House Wren seemed to be following me around and paused for a moment on the edge of a large rock.
The only unbanded Cactus Wren I've seen in the area.
Western Bluebird waiting for a tasty snack to emerge from the grass.
Western Bluebird curious about that odd clicking sound.
"I feel the need, the need for speed!" Osprey in a dive.
A Great Blue Heron showing some of the breeding coloration as it flew by us back to the nesting area.
A tempting fish was spotting, prompting a sudden course correction.
Osprey's freshly caught trout was acting as an airbrake to postpone the inevitable.
One of the White Pelicans just after takeoff.
On a hit or miss lighting day, this was one of the Western Bluebirds that perched nearby while searching for snacks.
And sometimes you just get wet without the benefit of a tasty fish in the talons.