Little Blue Heron at Terrapin Nature Park.

Sandy Point was good enough this morning-not spectacular, but worth a photo.

Terrapin was much more interesting, including a Little Blue Heron, which I haven’t seen there in the past, and a few migrants.

CBEC was slow, with only a few waders, Barn Swallows and some Green Herons.

Sandy Point 494

Sandy Point 495

Sunrise at Sandy Point.

Greater Yellowlegs 2017-27

Several Greater Yellowlegs were searching for food in the lake.

Chickadee 2017-10

This Chickadee posed nicely.

Green Heron 2017-25

CBEC seems to have more Green Herons than usual.

Orchard Oriole 2017-21

This Orchard Oriole may have been passing through.

Blue Gray Gnatcatcher 2017-9

I haven’t seen a Blue Gray Gnatcatcher for a while.

Flycatcher 2017-1

This appears to be an Eastern Wood Peewee.

Cardinal 2017-10

I found this Cardinal as I was leaving.

Snowy Egret 2017-68 Snowy Egret 2017-67

Snowy Egret 2017-65

A few Snowy Egrets were feeding in the marsh.

Great Egret 2017-98

This Great Egret is from Bombay Hook.

Forster's Tern 2017-57 Forster's Tern 2017-55

Forster's Tern 2017-56

Forster's Tern 2017-54

At Terrapin, Forster’s Terns often fish too far away for a good shot.

Snowy Egret 2017-66

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Little Blue Heron 2017-2

This Little Blue Heron has a small stick. which he used to stir up the water to attract small fish.

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