It’s been a slow few days. Slow birding and bad weather have slowed me a little, but I was back on the road today.
It was my first trip to Terrapin in a while, and it was decent. It was the first time I’ve seen a Tundra Swan there, and the Green Winged Teal actually stayed close enough for a decent image.
CBEC was good enough also, and I’ve got a few pics from Blackwater as well.
A Chickadee close up is always good.
I caught these Tundra Swans as they landed at CBEC.
I’ve been going to Terrapin for 5 years, and this is the first Tundra Swan I’ve seen there.
The CBEC nest boxes are getting busy.
The Terrapin Green Winged Teals are seldom so cooperative.
These American White Pelicans were at DeCoursey Bridge.
Graeme found this Pine Warbler at Blackwater.
This Downy Woodpecker was at the marsh edge.
I often pass up Mockingbirds, but I liked this pose.
A flock of Brown Headed Nuthatches was feeding in the pines.
Yellow Rumped Warblers will be migrating soon.
Northern Shovelers are still abundant.