We had perfect weather for Saturday's trip to Bell Slough near Conway. Nobody knows the Slough like our guide, Herschel Raney. We saw over 40 species during the day. A
variety of warblers were heard. We had good looks at a few birds we don't often get a chance to see in the Village- a Kentucky Warbler, Yellow-crowned Night heron and
Baltimore Oriole. Herschel's adeptness at catching tree frogs and butterflies was a bonus.
Thanks to Linda Banks for sharing the following photos with us. Linda's photos give you a good overview of the field trip. The photos are of an Indigo Bunting, Speckled Green Tree Frog, Eastern
tiger Swallow-tailed Butterfly - recently emerged, Gray Tree Frog, Carolina Wren, and Cross-Vine.