Chestnut-sided Warbler at Terrapin Nature Park.

I was at Sandy Point for sunrise, and didn’t take a single picture.  That’s a lot of trips I’ve made without a decent sunrise.

I went to Terrapin afterwards, and it was a very active day. Many migrants were on the move, and I saw lots of movement in many different areas of the park. I didn’t get as many images, nor as much variety as I’d like, but it was good enough.

Flycatcher 2017-2

This Flycatcher was the first bird I found this morning.

Cedar Waxwing 2017-12

A small flock of Cedar Waxwings was roaming the park.

Palm Warbler 2017-7

I was lucky to spot this Palm Warbler.

Osprey 2017-105

This Osprey will be heading South soon.

Great Crested Flycatcher 2017-15

I saw several Great Crested Flycatchers this morning.

Scarlet Tanager 2017-1

This Scarlet Tanager is on the way South.

Red Eyed Vireo 2017-5

This Red Eyed Vireo took off just as I pressed the shutter.

Baltimore Oriole 2017-16

This Baltimore Oriole was a surprise.

Chestnut Sided Warbler 2017-2

Chestnut Sided Warbler 2017-3

Several Chestnut-sided Warblers flew through my area.

Grasshopper 220 Wasp 35 Fly 1127 Ant 44 Insect 805

Caterpillar 233

Today’s bugs.

Green Tree Frog 8

I found 5 of these small Frogs this afternoon.

Skink 17

Five Lined Skinks are numerous at Quiet Waters.

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