We saw a flock of 19 White-faced Ibises, which ebird flagged as being a large number. Good thing I got photo evidence that there were 19.
About the only other thing I photographed at Lajitas was this ringtail. I'm hoping it's a White-belted, but it's probably just an Eastern. The former would be a lifer for me.
Back at CMO, I noticed the molting Lucifer Hummingbird only has a tiny patch of white left under his chin. I figure by tomorrow he'll be indistinguishable from the other male Lucifers. While he's finishing his molt, other Lucifers have fledged and are testing their skills. Here's a juvenile male practicing defending his feeder.
He's soon challenged by another juvenile male. It happened too fast for me to capture with any clarity, of course.
UPDATE: Experts say that ringtail is a Mexican race of Eastern Ringtail. Already had that one.