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.
Another unusual Mallard.
This Mallard hen has unusual colors.
This Bufflehead hen was quite close to shore.
You can almost always find a Great Blue Heron at Kent Narrows.
A few Hooded Mergansers were foraging near shore.
I seldom see more than a few Red Breasted Mergansers at Thomas Point.
Scaup are usually the dominant birds at Thomas Point.
I only found a few Canvasbacks.
The Redhead is a striking bird.
I found this young deer at Sandy Point.