A brief stop at Sandy Point revealed another banal sunrise, and I went straight to Terrapin.
The morning began slowly, but picked up after an hour, but I only found one interesting migrant, who didn’t stick around long enough for a photo.
I then made a quick stop at CBEC to try for some Tree Swallows, which turned out well.
This Fox made a brief appearance while I was looking for the Eagles.
A lone Lesser Yellowlegs was foraging in the pond.
The CBEC Tree Swallows were unusually cooperative this morning.
Four Snowy Egrets were fishing in the pond.
It’s easy to find a singing Carolina Wren at this time of year.
I waited awhile for this Osprey to catch a fish, but to no avail.
This Chickadee has found an insect.
A pair of Bald Eagles soared over the marsh ponds.
Look closely and you can see the band on this Bald Eagle’s right foot. (Click to make the image larger).