Utah Part 2

Broad-tailed Hummingbird

Although Utah seems to be a state of hot deserts and big salt plains, there’s also the mountains and plenty of waters around. This results in a wide variety of species that one can encounter. Colorful species, waterfowl, raptors and immigrants – they are all there. Even if the water situation was very bad this year in Bear River Bird Refuge, there was still plenty to see for a tourist like me. Most shots are made from the care window, one of the exceptions are the Hummingbirds, that can be approached relatively easy…. even for a dutch guy with a big lens…

American GoldfinchAmerican White PelicanGreat Blue HeronPied-billed GrebeYellow-headed BlackbirdRed-winged BlackbirdNorthern HarrierRufous Hummingbird
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