This past Saturday I was itchy to get out and take some bird photos. Birding has been slow and timing a good weather day around my ever-busying schedule has been difficult.
This is the building where near the top of the large tower the bird was perched in a window. I got out the digiscoping rig and while standing in a parking lot amongst the waking city traffic I snapped a few photos.
The falcon seemed content to stay perched so I decided to venture off to Rock Cut State Park and do some hiking. The sun was desperately trying to come out so it was a good choice! Birds were much more plentiful than previous outings: Cedar Waxwings, American Robins, and numerous woodpeckers were busy foraging.
I was hoping to find one of the resident Pileated Woodpeckers but could only hear one calling and pecking and found what looks like a former nest hole.
It felt extremely great to get out, enjoy a bit of sun, and photograph some birds. But I still am anxious for spring!!