Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Birders Converge in Choke Canyon State Park
One inevitable result of the presence of a rare bird is the crowd that appears. Birders will converge on the least likely of spots as long as there is a rarity to be ticked off the list (think Brownsville Dump and the Mexican Crows). The possible Pine Flycatcher is no exception, and Bob Rasa generously shared this photo of the Pine Flycatcher watchers as they huddled in the park in early January.