It wasn’t much of a morning; overcast and cool, but I tried Artemesia anyway. It was disappointing, with very few birds and not much variety.
I was going to go home, but I decided to give Thomas point a try, and it wasn’t any better. There were birds, but only a few and too far away for interesting images.
This Horned Grebe was at Thomas Point.
I saw these Hooded Mergansers as I was leaving.
Two Pied Billed Grebes were fishing in the lake.
This Red Shouldered Hawk was just a little too far away.
It was too overcast to get a good look at this Northern Flicker.
I kind of like the serenity of these birds. Buffleheads and Ring Necks.