I started out at Possum Point this morning, but the sunrise was just so-so. There were plenty of birds, though, including my first Ospreys of the year. Hundreds of Canada Geese were flying North.
I stopped at Beach Road nest, and was surprised to find 14 Horned Grebes, a record for me. This area has been opened up, and looks like it will have future possibilities.
Quiet Waters was better than usual, with a few more ducks, including several Wood Ducks. A good day.
Sunrise at Possum Point.
These Buffleheads were also at Quiet Waters.
This Double Crested Cormorant was sunning himself at Quiet Waters.
These Mallards were in the marina.
I probably saw 500 Canada Geese flying North this morning.
This Red Shouldered Hawk is nesting at Quiet Waters. I’ll try to keep an eye on it.
First Ospreys of the year. There will be many more soon.
14 Horned Grebes were foraging along the shore.
Quiet Waters has always been a good spot for Wood Ducks.