I have been home for a week and was just blogged out. With the game on, this is a good opportunity to put the finishing touches on my trip.
I finished the trip with 136 trip birds and of these ten were life birds. I think this was an excellent outcome given that I was birding alone, was most often pressed for time and there was dreadful, un-June-like weather for three of my birding days. I did miss some really sought after birds - Lewis's Woodpecker and Spague's Pipit amongst others. Another time, another trip.
Dean learning the technique of digiscoping.
Then stepping back to inspect the results. What was he digiscoping?
Bald Eagles perched and calling from a dead tree on the Pack River.
One of Dean's five chickens.
It's now USA 2, Brazil 2. Time to end this blog entry.