Well spotted with that jacana! I know they're around but they always seem to hide when I go looking for them.
Obviously I have not seen either one of them yet :DThey are great :D
I love those wing feathers on the Plumed Whistling Ducks!
Nice to have a reliable spot for birds nearby, and great fun to see what runs around loose elsewhere in the world.
Thanks Snail, Nicole, Idaho Birder and Wren I just wish the Jacana would come a bit closer next time.
it is a bit hard to see what the Comb-crested Jacana look like, but it seems similar to our Grebe.The Plumed Whistling-Duck looks very nice. It does not visit us. Too bad, I would like it.
I would love to see either one of these birds Neil. Those Plumed Whistling Ducks look very art deco.
Thanks NatureFootstep the Jacana is sometimes called a Lily Trotter because its long toes enable it to walk on the waterlily pads. Thanks Larry the wing feathers do stand out.
I love the jacana! How cool. Great spotting. :)
Thanks Lana they are hard to see sometimes just have to keep looking for movement.
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