went to the same wetland i found them before and found about six of them, wonder if they are all since before or the number increase by migration.
no sign of the citrine wagtail, and the marsh harrier.
hope you like it.
saw some gray wagtails on the lawn, very close, so i took the camera away form the bag, so they started to run away, gurrr, this one stopped to look back, thought it was just another tree pipit.
was so happy to find that it is this one, on the top of my wish list for many years.
not a great...
A digiscoped photo of my first and so far only Red-throated Pipit (lifer #457), seen in the fields along Arnold Rd. in Oxnard, California. This species is a rare but annual fall vagrant along the California coast.
An adult full in Red-throated Pipit foraging near the bank of the lake. Bird was walking on the small path and I decided to stop my car 50 m towards its movement. I was laying down close to the car without any hide equipment or so and the bird came at less then two meters from my camera...