A couple of hours at the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge.
On the Sunday of the Memorial Day Holiday weekend, Pam and I headed to the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge for a day trip. It had been a couple of years since we visited this refuge and we were anxious to see the changes. We arrived about 8:30 am at the brand new visitor center at the refuge. What an amazing structure. It is well worth taking some extra time to explore.
We were greeted by a smiling young lady behind the desk by the name of Kara who was very informative about the happenings in the refuge. Some damage has been experienced from a thunder storm that rolled through the area the previous night but a lot of the areas were still accessible. We spent the next couple of hours driving around and photographing the wildlife in the refuge.
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|The Tree Swallows were active and colorful.|
|This Sharp-shinned Hawk was unconcerned with our presence and stayed|
focused on hunting along a refuge road.
|These Eastern Bluebirds, another of my favorites were happy to pose for us.|
|It wasn't until I got home later in the day that I was able to identify this|
sleeping beauty as a Porcupine. It looked like a large unidentifiable blob
until I blew it up on the computer screen. He looks very content.