February 2nd is World Wetlands Day. This is a day to raise awareness about the vital role of wetlands to the planet. A wetland is water area that works in two ways, they prevent flooding by storing water when levels are high or slowly release water when levels are low. This is important as it… Read More WETLANDS DAY
We went to Kachina Wetlands the other day and there were many, many Canada Geese there. Here is a line of them walking along the trail.
The American White Pelican is a very large bird found on coasts and lake areas. They roost on sandbars and forage in shallow sheltered lakes, marshes, and lagoons. I saw this migrating American White Pelican at Kachina Wetlands Preserve in northern Arizona.
Western Bluebirds are thrushes generally found in the western United States. These bluebirds can be found in open fields, or woodlands edges that are coniferous or deciduous. They will generally eat insects or berries. I saw this one at Kachina Wetlands in northern Arizona.