I’m still not finding much around here, so I went back to Blackwater this morning. I started with the Cormorants, who weren’t very active, them went on to Wildlife Drive, which was a bit better.
The wading birds are still scarce, and I only found one warbler, It looks as though most of the Swallows have moved on.
The Ruby Throated Hummingbirds are still feeding heavily.
A few Laughing Gulls were hanging with the terns.
This Northern Harrier spooked all the Terns.
A few Eastern Kingbirds are still flycatching along Wildlife Drive.
Chickadees like the pine trees.
I only found a few Great Blue herons.
This distant Green Heron appears to be molting.
The Double Crested Cormorants are most active at dawn.
This Wood Duck was at Terrapin yesterday.
Orchard Orioles will be leaving soon.
Caspian Terns often gather at Sandy Point.
These appear to be Ring Billed Gulls.
Many Black Vultures make their living at Sandy Point.
This Forster’s Tern is waiting to feed.
I found several Great Egrets this morning.