Bombay Hook has been very, very good to me, so I made the trek again to see if I could get lucky.
It had to be a record day for Harriers. I saw at least six, one of whom posed nicely. A lifer Sandpiper, many ducks and egrets and a Fox by the side of the road made for a good day in near perfect weather.
I’m still not seeing any male Green Winged Teals.
I saw at least 6 Northern Harriers today.
Many Greater Yellowlegs were feeding in the shallows.
Northern Shovelers are the most common duck at the moment.
There were dozens of Egrets, but most were quite distant.
Savannah Sparrows are almost common .
These American Avocets didn’t stay long.
This Double Crested Cormorant seemed to be sleeping.
This Pectoral Sandpiper is a life bird for me.
This Fox paid no attention to me at all.