Green Heron on a Gray Day

I read a report of warblers at Terrapin Nature Park, so I headed out early despite threatening skies and the closure of the Westbound span of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. I was lucky that didn’t cost me more time. It did rain, off and on, and it wasn’t much of a day.

Great Crested Flycatcher

This Great Crested Flycatcher was active early.

Eastern Kingbird

The Eastern Kingbirds are still around, but they’ll be heading to South America soon.

Red Winged Blackbird

Red Winged Blackbird

These Red Winged Blackbirds and a few hundred companions, were hanging out at the marsh.

Unknown

I’m working on an ID for this little guy.

Carolina Wren

Carolina Wren

This ratty looking Carolina Wren was singing loudly from the highest available branch.

Orchard Oriole

There seems to be many more female Orchard Orioles than males.

Blue Grosbeak

This Blue Grosbeak will be heading South soon also.

Blue Grosbeak

This is a female Blue Grosbeak .

Black Vulture

I’ve seen Black Vultures almost everywhere I’ve been.

Green Heron

This Green Heron seemed more skittish than some.

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