Redhead at Kent Narrows.

There hasn’t been much action lately, and the weather hasn’t cooperated, but I had a decent day today to make up for it.

I started at Kent Narrows, where birds were scarce, but there was a decent variety.

Sandy Point was almost completely iced in, and a complete bust.

Thomas Point was teeming with birds, and had even more variety. I’m still not finding great ducks, but it’s getting better.

Mallard 2018-4

Another unusual Mallard.

Mallard 2018-3

Mallard 2018-2

This Mallard hen has unusual colors.

Bufflehead 2018-9 Bufflehead 2018-10

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Bufflehead 2018-7

This Bufflehead hen was quite close to shore.

Great Blue Heron 2018-3 Great Blue Heron 2018-2


Great Blue Heron 2018-1

You can almost always find a Great Blue Heron at Kent Narrows.

Hooded Merganser 2018-6

A few Hooded Mergansers were foraging near shore.

Red Breasted Merganser 2018-7

I seldom see more than a few Red Breasted Mergansers at Thomas Point.

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Lesser Scaup 2018-11

Lesser Scaup 2018-6

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Lesser Scaup 2018-8

Scaup are usually the dominant birds at Thomas Point.

Canvasback 2018-6

I only found a few Canvasbacks.

Redhead 2018-3Redhead 2018-2

Redhead 2018-1

The Redhead is a striking bird.


I found this young deer at Sandy Point.


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