It took almost the entire afternoon. But with the help of 20 other pairs of birding eyes, and some fresh peach pie from Blackberry Tavern to boost my energy, I found the elusive, mega rare Limpkin.
Why is it mega rare?
Because the Limpkin’s habitat is Florida and the river swamps of Georgia.
Almost one thousand miles south of Lake Erie.
Which is why birders in Michigan and Ohio were flocking to the western shore of Lake Erie this weekend. Continue reading Photo of the Week: The Mega Rare, What is it Doing in Ohio? Limpkin