My wife Suzanne and I just got back from a fantastic birding trip to Quivira National Wildlife Refuge and Cheyenne Bottoms in South Central Kansas. There were all manner of waterfowl: wood ducks, red heads, buffleheads, scaup, a zillion shovelers and several hundred ruddy ducks rafted in a huge mass on Big Salt Marsh along with the usual suspects. We didn’t see a cinnamon teal but the blue and green winged were great fun to watch as they cavorted doing their spring thing. We also saw lots of pheasant and heard bobwhite quail which I enjoyed.
In addition […]