The dearth of migrants has continued for several days, now, along with so-so weather. Today was a big improvement, but warblers are still among the missing, so far.
I’ve managed a few outings, recently, but haven’t had enough good material for a post. I’m including several days of photos today.
The Chat, the Oriole and the Gadwall were all good finds and may bode well for the future.
There’s always a few Mallards around.
This Wood Duck has 8-9 chicks.
This is only the second Eastern Kingbird I’ve seen this year.
It’s quite unusual to see a Gadwall around here at this time of year.
This Pied Billed Grebe seems to be a little late to migrate.
I’ve seen several Canada Geese with goslings.
I found this Yellow Breasted Chat at Greenbury point.
This Tree Swallow was gathering nesting material at CBEC.
A Brown Thrasher at CBEC.
My FOS Gray Catbird.
The CBEC Ospreys are still nest-building.
This Purple Martin is at Blackwater.
An Orchard Oriole singing for a mate.
Red Winged Blackbirds are singing in every marsh.
These Bald Eagles were enjoying the morning Sun.
Yellow Rumped Warblers have mostly left the area.
Palm Warblers were everywhere for a few days.
I don’t often post House Sparrows.
Cardinals seem to be singing from every tree.
This Fox has found a Muskrat for breakfast.