Greenbelt Sojourn Again


All is really quiet at the Boise falcon scrape. No fluff balls yet. The Salt Lake City falcons have at least one egg that has hatched. And the Boise River flow is down. 3660 cfs and 8.10 feet. It still has a ways to go, but at least now we can find the river banks. So here are some photos I took this morning while on a bike ride. I think the hawk pictured here might be a Coopers Hawk, but I’m not sure. Can you ID this little fellow? Please let us know. Cheers and Keep Looking Up!

Immature Black Cormorant stretching it’s wings.

Immature Black Cormorant

Wild Greenbelt Iris

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