Wooton’s Landing Wetland Park

I’m still trying out new places, and today it was Wooton’s Landing Wetland Park in Lothian. It’s a well maintained park with access to the Patuxent river and a large marsh area, and looks very promising. I didn’t find anything great today, but I got a few decent pictures and I’ll go back soon.

Ruby Crowned Kinglet

Ruby Crowned Kinglet

I’m seeing migrating Ruby Crowned Kinglets everywhere I go. There must be many thousands of these birds just in Maryland.

Downy Woodpecker

Downy Woodpecker

Downy Woodpeckers make good subjects as they usually ignore the photographer.

Blue Jay

I don’t often photograph Blue Jays on the ground.

Dark Eyed Junco

Dark Eyed Junco

The Dark Eyed Junco migration is well under way.

White Throated Sparrow

White Throated Sparrows are becoming commonplace.

Yellow  Rumped Warbler

Yellow Rumped Warblers have also inundated the area.


There were many Bluebirds in the area.

1 thought on “Wooton’s Landing Wetland Park

  1. Do you find these beauties with binoculars first and then take pictures, or do you just look with naked eyes or viewfinder? I do look with my eyes sometimes and never see anything. Well, I guess I don’t really look very hard, but just the same….

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