Since being back from our vacation, hubby have taken daytrips to Shendoah in Virginia and Bombay Hook in Delaware.. On this post I am sharing some of the photos from Bombay Hook wildlife refuge in Delaware. I have some shots for Tex's Good Fences and some sky shots for Skywatch Friday!
Before leaving for Delaware I took this shot the moon setting from my deck on the morning of June 14.
One of the first birds we saw when we entered the wildlife refuge was this Eastern Kingbird sitting on a fence..You can just barely make out the white edge on this birds tail, they say it looks like the bird dipped its tail in white paint.. My photo doesn't show the whole fence but I thought it would still be good for my Good Fence post..
Black-necked Stilt on a nest, it is a breeder bird for the Bombay Hook NWR.
A pretty scenic view of the Great Egret and Bombay Hook's marsh land, pool and the pretty blue sky. I am not sure why but I was surprised there were not more Egrets being seen on this day..
It seems the birds at Bombay Hook knew I would be looking for photos for my fence post.. On the wildlife drive heading to Finnis Pool, I found this Great Egret posing on the fence. Perfect!
The Black-necked Stilt is one of my favorite birds seen at Bombay Hook..
I took this shot off the road on the way home from Delaware..The pretty clouds, blue sky and the fence, make a great scene for both Good Fences and Skywatch Friday!
I hope you enjoyed my post and photos from the wildlife refuge.
To see more pretty skies from around the world please visit Skywatch Friday
and check more fence shots at Tex's Good Fences
Thanks to Tex @ The Run*A*Round Ranch for hosting Good Fences and to Sylvia, Yogi and Sandy for hosting Skywatch Friday! I wish everyone a safe and happy long weekend.