As I go through the ‘To Do’ list I continue to find sets of Roseate Spoonbill action. So much so that it’s now getting a little confusing on what and when.
I think we hit large flocks about 4 – 5 times in a row, not usual I assure you.
This series is Bear Island, Wildlife Area, South Carolina.
This back trail contains (no map, relying on memory) at least 6 large connected marshes. If the Spoonbill are moving this is what you can photograph. They are rarely content with a place for very long.
Of course there’s a 50/50 chance they go in the opposite direction. Just not this morning.