Red Fox at Terrapin Nature Park.

Once again I drove right by Sandy Point, which featured yet another dreary sunrise. Terrapin is supposed to open at sunrise, but I arrived a good 15 minutes early, to find it was already open. Kudos to the gate guy.

There’s still no warblers to be found,  but  there was enough variety to make for a good day. The Fox was a really nice find, and she had kits!

Bald Eagle 2016-41

This Bald Eagle was watching the Ospreys closely, in hopes of stealing a meal.

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Ospreys will be easy to find until the Fall.

Yellow Rumped Warbler 2016-9

Snowy Egret 2016-10

Yellow Rumped Warblers are molting into breeding plumage.

Snowy Egret 2016-5

Snowy Egrets are arriving from Central America.

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Snowy Egret 2016-5

Snowy Egrets are arriving from Central America.

Fox Den 1

Entrance to the den.

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My friend Diana spotted this Fox and her two kits. She appears to have caught a Muskrat.

2 thoughts on “Red Fox at Terrapin Nature Park.

  1. Just wonderful, also I browsed through older posts, and loved the one of a fox running across a bridge. Your insect photos are fantastic as well!

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