I went back to Terrapin, as promised, and there wasn’t a warbler to be seen. I assume last night’s strong South wind was to blame.
I spent some time in the marsh to make up for the lack of warblers, and it all worked out.
I don’t often see a Muskrat out of the water.
Regular readers might recognize the perch where this Red Winged Blackbird is sitting. It’s a favorite of many birds at Terrapin.
I was lucky to catch this Blue Jay as he flew by.
This Great Blue Heron was another lucky fly by.
Cornell: “The smallest of American Terns, the Least Tern is found nesting on sandy beaches along the southern coasts of the United States and up the major river systems far into the interior of the continent.”
The Least Sandpiper is the smallest sandpiper.
These Canada Goose parents are very protective of their goslings.
This Semipalmated Plover is a first for me. “Semipalmated” refers to the partially webbed feet.