Spring Migration. Don't you just love it? Of course, defining "spring migration" is a little tricky in ways, as much of it depends a lot on where you live. I actually have a presentation I do on migration, and one thing I've often found interesting is how, in places like Florida, some species are already making their way north by early January (Purple Martins, coming north from South America, are observed before January 15th most years). And it just grows from there.
time-lapse photography, and saw my first of the year Peregrine Falcon near a place they are known to breed while my camera snapping exposures every eight seconds for two hours.
And there is so much more to come. Hummingbirds, warblers, wrens, towhees, thrashers, and several other species will be arriving - some staying and others just passing through - over the next few weeks. It really is a fun time of year for me with the birds!