I repeated my Eastern Shore routine again this morning;Sandy Point for sunrise, Terrapin and then CBEC. The weather was perfect again, with low temps and low humidity.
Terrapin was a bit more productive, but the water is still high, so wading birds just aren’t around. CBEC has improved, with a host of Egrets continuing Tricolors, Eagles, Pine Warblers and Brown Headed Nuthatches.
Sunrise at Sandy Point.
Ospreys seem to do well at CBEC.
CBEC is the best place I know for Brown Headed Nuthatches.
Purple Martins were present in large numbers.
This Great Egret seemed to be taking a break.
At least two Tri Colored Herons are still at CBEC.
This Semipalmated Plover was feeding at CBEC.
This may be a Least Sandpiper.
I’m seeing Belted Kingfishers more often lately.
This Green Heron flew overhead at Terrapin.
I saw an adult Bald Eagle as well as this juvenile.
I haven’t seen a Cattle Egret in many years.