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.
Sunrise at Sandy Point.
Several Greater Yellowlegs were searching for food in the lake.
This Chickadee posed nicely.
CBEC seems to have more Green Herons than usual.
This Orchard Oriole may have been passing through.
I haven’t seen a Blue Gray Gnatcatcher for a while.
This appears to be an Eastern Wood Peewee.
I found this Cardinal as I was leaving.
A few Snowy Egrets were feeding in the marsh.
This Great Egret is from Bombay Hook.
At Terrapin, Forster’s Terns often fish too far away for a good shot.
This Little Blue Heron has a small stick. which he used to stir up the water to attract small fish.