Graeme and I met early and got to Terrapin around dawn. The marsh pond was fairly active for a while, and when it slowed we drove to CBEC, about 5 miles away.
We saw about 30 Egrets roosting in trees, as well as the Tri Colored Heron and many sandpipers.
I couldn’t pass up this morning’s Blue Moon.
This Common Tern was fishing at Terrapin.
I saw more Snowy Egrets today than ever before.
The light was a little too harsh to get a good image of this Tri Colored Heron.
This Barn Swallow assumed the same pose as one I saw a few days ago.
This is only the second Semipalmated Plover I’ve seen.
We saw two Green Herons this morning.
This Bald Eagle flew over quickly, and I didn’t ID it until I looked at the image.
This is the first time I’ve seen a muskrat out of the water.