Wildlife Photos from 04/18/12 – Peach Hill Park

Yellow-rumped Warbler

Another evening… another hike at Peach Hill.

It was a little cooler this day, so there were no butterflies out this time.  I did, however, locate the brown thrasher from afar, and snapped a photo as proof of the sighting.

The yellow-rumped warblers were numerous today, but difficult to photograph as always.  The eastern towhee was also back at the same spot too, being very curious of my camera.  He’s my favorite bird right now at the park, so cooperative! 😛

Photos from Peach Hill Park (click photos to enlarge)

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2 Responses to Wildlife Photos from 04/18/12 – Peach Hill Park

  1. Jamie says:

    Lovely shots of the Towhee Derrick, always nice when a bird is feeling cooperative!

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