Tundra Swan at Terrapin Nature Park.

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.

Chickadee 2017-2

A Chickadee close up is always good.

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I caught these Tundra Swans as they landed at CBEC.

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I’ve been going to Terrapin for 5 years, and this is the first Tundra Swan I’ve seen there.

Tree Swallow 2017-4

The CBEC nest boxes are getting busy.

Green Winged Teal 2017-9

 

Green Winged Teal 2017-10

The Terrapin Green Winged Teals are seldom so cooperative.

American White Pelican 2017-10

These American White Pelicans were at DeCoursey Bridge.

Pine Warbler 2017-1

Graeme found this Pine Warbler at Blackwater.

Downy Woodpecker 2017-2

This Downy Woodpecker was at the marsh edge.

Mockingbird 2017-1

I often pass up Mockingbirds, but I liked this pose.

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Brown Headed Nuthatch 2017-8

A flock of Brown Headed Nuthatches was feeding in the pines.

Yellow Rumped Warbler 2017-2

Yellow Rumped Warblers will be migrating soon.

Northern Shoveler 2017-26

Northern Shoveler 2017-27

Northern Shovelers are still abundant.

 

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