Monterrey: December 17, 2017

Backyard birding is one of the few delights of moving so frequently. Packing up your worldly possessions every year or so and moving to another place can get tiresome. Thankfully, there are new birds to be seen from each new house or apartment window while you're unpacking. My current place in Monterrey, Mexico, has only the humblest of back patios, nothing like the verdant yards Aimee and I enjoyed in Ecuador or Uganda. Still, I've seen a few surprising birds among the few sad plants, including this cheery Wilson's Warbler.  

Notable birds seen: White-Winged Dove, Ladder-Backed Woodpecker, Great Kiskadee, Green Jay, Clay-Colored Thrush, Ruby-Crowned Kinglet, Wilson's Warbler, Tennessee Warbler, Great-Tailed Grackle.

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