A very nice day for a change. Somewhat overcast, in the 70’s with low humidity.
I went back to Possum Point in search of migrants, but no luck so far.
This Eastern Kingbird was shot in low light. f6.3 1/500 ISO 1600
It’s well focused, but grainy, and is a consequence of a relatively slow lens.
This is the youngest/smallest deer I’ve seen anywhere I’ve been.There were two about this size.
The Caspian Tern is so sleek he reminds me of a jet fighter.
Another try for a decent Chesapeake Bay Bridge shot
The feathers on these Ospreys appear to be very new. They may be young of the year.
Downys were scarce for a while, and now I’ve seen them two days in a row.
There were four Indigo Buntings feeding from this plant. I have consistently found these birds in this spot for weeks.
I’ve seen many Catbirds lately and they seem to be feeding a lot, possibly in preparation for migration.
The distinctive call of the Eastern Wood Peewee makes them easy to find, but they are harder to photograph.