A Not So Common Pauraque

Common Pauraques, a nightjar that we heard in early evening last year at Goose Island State Park, is tough to find during the day. Earlier this week at Estero Llano Grande State Park, a birder from South Dakota put us on to this one resting right near the path.

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2 Responses to A Not So Common Pauraque

  1. Paul says:

    Incredible camouflage.

  2. Suzanne says:

    Loved this post. Googled Paurauge for videos and calls. Reminds me of
    Nightjars (Nighthawks). Went out at night with my parents many a night to
    listen and hopefully spot.😀

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