I tried Greenbury Point after yesterday’s rain, and did better than usual. There’s definitely some migrants passing through.
Today was the usual routine, Sandy Point, Terrapin and CBEC. Not much of a sunrise, but I did see a few more migrants. I didn’t get any great images. Perhaps migration will be early and prolific this Fall.
I went to Quiet Waters this afternoon and found a few bugs.
Eastern Kingbirds are in every place I visit.
Green Herons are fond of CBEC.
I just missed a chance for a better look at this Red Tailed Hawk.
I don’t post many female Cardinals.
I used to see more Great Crested Flycatchers.
I found a single Great Egret at Terrapin.
Young Wood Ducks are thriving at Terrapin,.
Yellow Billed Cuckoos are tough to find at Greenbury Point.
My guess is juvenile Chipping Sparrow.
Goldfinches are doing very well this year.
This may be a young Indigo Bunting.
It was nice to find some Eastern Bluebirds this morning.
I’ve seen many of these flies without getting a good shot.
I haven’t seen this moth before.