Sights of March 2015

April 03, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Counting Bighorn Sheep, Butterflies, and Birds

While much of the country suffered from major cold and snow, here in Southern California we started to see Spring. With some much needed rain and warm to downright hot weather, the insects are coming out to play. We had something to count on my monthly butterfly count and my yard was popular with moths. A friend alerted me to Surfbirds at the shore. So I grabbed my camera and added them to my site. As usual, I spent time at Bolsa Chica and saw birds.  There are lots of birds building nests, courting, and babies. Great Horned Owl chicks are always a delight.

A friend and I looked for Bighorn Sheep. First at Mount Baldy where we so no sheep but we did see snow. Then to Anza-Borrego where we saw Bighorn Sheep and wildflowers. 

An incredible Baja Whale Adventure required a whole separate blog.

Watch the slideshows or click on the links to look through at your own pace.

Enjoy the show! 

Mt. Baldy


Bighorn Sheep in Anza- Borrego

Butterflies and spring flowers


Local Bugs and Birds


Direct links


Mt Baldy

Bighorn in Borrego

Butterfly Count


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