On feeder approx. 15ft. above grass clearing.
Headed down to the Lower Rio Grande Valley for a staff meeting with the other urban wildlife biologists.
Spent some time at Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park -- they have a wonderful butterfly garden and quite a few birds too!
The Caprimulgiformes is an order of birds that includes a number of birds with global distribution (except Antarctica). They are generally insectivorous and nocturnal. The order gets its name from the Latin for "goat-sucker", an old name based on an erroneous view of the European Nightjar's feeding habits.