I walked the park with my new 100-400mm lens which means that I didn't get any close-up shots. I also had not found the Stabilizer setting on the lens so the pictures are a bit blurry. So I'll focus (haha, focus, camera joke) on the landscape shots here instead and hope you will forgive the quality.
Breck and I started off down a trail that wound along a creek.
It was wonderfully shady and we could hear birds all around us.
However, we really only saw a few early on like this White-eyed Vireo. Here you can see the little guy nabbing a caterpillar from a leaf.
Bad day for the caterpillar and for action shooting. Sorry again for the blur.
And this Cardinal was singing his heart out at the top of a tree.
The trail did not stay in the shade long. It opened up and became hilly and grassy with a couple hummingbirds flitting in and out of the trees.
And the view from the top was wonderful.
And there were still a few wildflowers hanging on.
|Thistle and a Red Admiral Butterfly|
You might thing this would be a great place to see snakes. You would be right.
And though we did not see many birds, we did spot this little nest with 3 eggs. It was just a little pouch hanging from the branch. We spooked mama when we walked up.
From hills and woods to open spaces with cacti, this park had plenty to see.
And if that was not enough, it also had a golf course. Crazy.
It really did offer a lot. And does anybody else see a Scream Halloween mask in this tree?
So that was number 62. To see any of the other 61 we have visited in our quest to see them all click here or on the Texas State Park Adventures tab at the top of this page.