Tuesday, March 5, 2013

A Favorite

A year and five months has transpired since the Bastrop Complex Fire.  With the fire came so much destruction of the environment and personal property.  In case you think this a lament, it’s not.  It’s a celebration.  One of the signature birds of the Lost Pines region of Texas is the Pine Warbler.  One might think that the loss of so many pines in the fire would also have cause the Pine Warbler to disappear.  Wonders of wonders, it’s here.    It’s found in the surviving pines and in the burned area.  It’s even coming to feeders, and the photograph above of this male Pine Warbler on the peanut feeder is proof enough.


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