Wild Turkey at Sandy Point State Park.

I managed to drop my camera and break a few things, so both lens and camera spent a couple of weeks in the shop, but I’m back in business now.

I’ve been hanging out locally with my 70-300mm Nikkor, and I found a few close enough for decent shot. Yesterday I got to Bombay Hook, which was unusually slow.

It’s good to have my tools at hand again.

Double Crested Cormorant 2017-106

Double Crested Cormorant 2017-107

An unusual pose for a Double Crested Cormorant.

Northern Pintail 2017-37

First Northern Pintail of the season.

Savannah Sparrow 2017-7

Savannah Sparrows are still easy to find.

Ruddy Duck 2017-7

First Ruddy Duck of the season.

Mallard 2017-39

Very cool Mallards.

Least Sandpiper 2017-11

There were hundreds of Least Sandpipers.

Yellow Rumped Warbler 2017-6

I found this Yellow Rumped Warbler (FOS) at Wooton’s Landing.

Eastern Phoebe 2017-1

This Eastern Phoebe was also at Wooton.

Ruby Crowned Kinglet 2017-1

A Ruby Crowned Kinglet from Wooton.

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Mallard 2017-33

Truxtun Park always has a few Mallards.

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Canada Goose 2017-50

Many Canada Geese spend time at Truxtun Park.

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Green Winged Teal 2017-24

Green Winged Teal were very numerous.

Wild Turkey 2017-2

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Several Wild Turkeys were foraging by the side of the road.


Black Squirrel 3

I often see this Black Squirrel, but he doesn’t pose most of the time.

Squirrel 9

Squirrel 8

You can’t go wrong with a baby Squirrel.

Squirrel 11

This Squirrel hangs out at my front door.

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