I’m getting into a Blackwater rut these days, but there’s not much to find around here and I need my bird fix.
I’m getting the usual suspects, but was quite surprised to find the Grosbeak when I processed the images. He was only around briefly, and I just didn’t see him in the viewfinder.
There’s still plenty of Great Egrets around.
The Red Headed Woodpeckers are very busy feeding their young.
Two Ospreys were circling the nest, and the parent may have been warning them off.
I’ve heard several Green Herons recently, but I don’t see them often.
Great Blue Herons often roost on stumps in the marsh.
Sandpipers, like these Greater Yellowlegs, are appearing in greater numbers.
Bald Eagles regularly rest in the trees along Wildlife Drive.
This Blue Grosbeak was a surprise.