Saturday, September 25, 2010

9/25 Audubon Society of Missouri Fall Meeting

Day 2: Audubon Society of Missouri Fall Meeting at Lake of the Ozarks State Park

Saturday morning we went with a group to the Brumley area to bird. To get there we had to cross the "Swinging Bridge". Talk about "taking your life in your hands", I've never seen a bridge in poorer condition. At the river we saw a few kettles of Broad-winged Hawks high in the sky. I added a Broad-winged Hawk to my "Birds Photographed in Missouri" as number 290.

A few of the birds seen, complete set and larger sizes in gallery.
Click here to view the gallery • • • For location of birds click for Map here.

Click thumb below for large version. Hover thumbs for names.
Swinging Bridge at Brumley Swinging Bridge at Brumley birders birders birders Broad-winged Hawk Turkey Vultures and one Black Vulture Red-shouldered Hawk Bald Eagle Kettle of Broad-winged Hawks Kettle of Broad-winged Hawks Red-shouldered Hawk Eastern Phoebe

Preview of Photos in gallery

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