Yesterday we led our final "Woods Walk". The feeding station that we've been maintaining is starting to see more action, and I finally got a picture of the resident Buff-bellied Hummingbird that feeds there.
We get a lot of new birders on our walks, and by far the most popular birds are the big and/or colorful ones. Getting a Roseate Spoonbill in the scope can turn a "maybe" bird watcher into an excited birder.
A cooperative White Ibis standing on the observation platform hand-rail is also a popular sight.
We plan to return next year and look forward to picking up where we left off.
Happy New Year!!