Sunday, June 21, 2009
BUNTING AT THE BADLANDS
This past Friday, Rob and I didn't want to do too much, but we didn't want to stay home all day either. So, we decided to take a drive out to a beautiful little village called Belfountain, and also stop into the "Badlands" on the way there.
The Badlands is an area that at one time was covered in water and is just cool to see, check out the photos below.
We hadn't really thought about viewing birds while we were there, but that all changed not long after we got there. Rob spotted a male Indigo Bunting in a tree! (pictured above) It was my first time seeing one, and I got to watch him for quite a while before he flew off. What a beautiful little guy!
After our stop at the Badlands, we drove into Belfountain and stopped for an ice cream cone, and headed back home. We also stopped into the Apple Factory on the way back and picked up some local fresh strawberries, local asparagus, apple cinnamon mini cakes, and a fresh baked strawberry/rhubarb pie, it was still warm!
It was a great little outing, and we finished the day by having a BBQ at home. Below are a few pics from the day, click on them to enlarge them.
Rob took this picture of the male Indigo Bunting we saw.
Rob in the middle of the Badlands.
Taken from the other side.
Posted by Angie in T.O. at 7:26 AM
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Awesome!!! I want to see one too!!! :)
I've never heard of the Badlands ... we'll have to check 'em out.
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