Tuesday, April 11, 2006
I'm down in Washington DC for meetings at the National Geographic this week. Not a lot of birds in this part of NW DC. Mostly starlings and House Sparrows, but several times today I did see crows flying over, and on my way back to my hotel, a lone male Mallard flew by between buildings. True urban birding is low on diversity--but it is kind of fun to see the common birds in rather uncommon settings.
Posted by birdchaser at 7:57 AM