Osprey at Quiet Waters.

A beautiful day, with good light and good birds.

I started at Sandy Point, which was so foggy that I didn’t stay long.

Possum Point was next, and it was much better. The fog had almost cleared, and there were more birds than usual, including some Red Breasted Mergansers, who have been in short supply this year.

Jonas Green Park was deserted. Quiet Waters had a little activity and may get better soon.

Mallard 2016-25

I just barely caught this Mallard as he landed.

Mourning Dove 2016-1

This Mourning Dove didn’t mind my presence at all.

Double Crested Cormorant 2016-9

Double Crested Cormorant 2016-8

This Double Crested Cormorant was feeding at Quiet Waters.

Northern Flicker 2016-3

I was lucky to catch this Northern Flicker as he flew by.

Song Sparrow 2016-2

This Song Sparrow was foraging right at my feet.

Cardinal 2016-2

There are lots of Cardinals singing now.

Tundra Swan 2016-19

Not a great shot, but this Tundra Swan is migrating later than most.

Red Breasted Merganser 2016-7

Red Breasted Merganser 2016-6

A small flock of Red Breasted Mergansers was feeding near the point.


Horned Grebe 2016-10

Horned Grebes are very abundant now.

Bald Eagle 2016-24

Bald Eagle 2016-23

2-3 Bald Eagles are regulars at Possum Point.

Bald Eagle 2016-25

The Osprey was very annoyed that this Bald Eagle was roosting near his nest.

Osprey 2016-6 Osprey 2016-5

Osprey 2016-7

The return of the Ospreys is in full swing.



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