It was another promising morning, and I managed to get some decent sunrise shots, but birds were very scarce. Graeme and I stopped at Possum Point, Greenbury Point and Jonas Green Park and saw very little worth photographing.
Bugs are still relatively scarce.
Not a great sunrise, but it will do.
This Double Crested Cormorant looks OK against the orange sky.
Goldfinches abound behind the Nature Center.
This Cardinal has caught a June Bug.
This Osprey was fishing at Possum Point.
I’m still a little surprised when I see a Great Blue Heron in a tree.