In the early morning sun, a Western Meadowlark was singing its lungs out.
At Market Lake WMA, the Great-horned owl has hatched the chicks, but hides them under her wings when we come around.
A Great Blue heron leaves as I pull up to watch him fish.
An American Avocet flies over and is just one of about a hundred working the shallows at Market Lake.
On the way home, I stopped by the Texas Slough and found large numbers of Willets and Greater Yellow-legs. Here a pair of each compete for hidden food.
And finally my first Osprey of the season. The male was helping the female remodel and spring clean their house.
A great way to spend another Wild Day in Idaho.