Another perfect day, weather-wise. Low 60s, quickly warming to the 70s with a slight breeze. It won’t be much longer ’til I have to ditch the shorts.
I’ve been doing so well at Greenbury Point that I went back, but the birding wasn’t as good. I did get a few shots though.
This Double Crested Cormorant was fishing close to shore. Note, again, how low they sit in the water.
Another Great Blue Heron flies low and slow for the photographer.
Jonathan Livingston Ring Billed Gull .
This Pine Warbler was solitary.
There’s a tree farm, or orchard at Greenbury Point, and it’s been a good source of warblers (And tons of Bluebirds) for the last two days, but most seem to have moved on and I only found this Palm Warbler.
When the other birds are in hiding, you can almost always count on finding a Downy Woodpecker.
I found this juvenile Robin at Truxtun Park.