Saturday, April 18, 2009

Brown thrashers among the many species to be seen on World Peace Wetland Prairie during Sunday's Earth Day celebration

Please click on image to Enlarge view of one of the many species of birds feeding and picking nesting sites on World Peace Wetland Prairie on April 17, 2009. The elusive brown thrasher is often able to slip into the thickets before a camera can capture its image. But the attraction of scattered brush piles and the excitement of mating season can make them a bit careless.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am very skeptical of a blog site that is titled 'Mayor of Fayetteville, Arkansas' and then immediately has a disclaimer saying it is not the mayor's blog. Who's blog is this? I smell Aubrey Shepard all over it. What a shame the mayor allows such a biased polarizing individual to run his blog. How very lame. This site is a waste of time...just go to Aubrey's blog and you can read the same things and see the same photo's of the so called World Peace Wetland.