American Wigeon at Thomas Point Road.

I started at Kent Narrows at dawn, and found nearly nothing. It’s odd how it can be so crowded one day and barren the next.

I made a quick stop at Possum Point, also, and there was nothing to see.

Thomas Point wasn’t as busy as yesterday, but there were a few birds, and a goods variety, including four Horned Grebes.

My friend’s house was very busy. with many Tundras, Canvasbacks and a few American Wigeons.

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Thomas Point Lighthouse.

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Kent Narrows at dawn.


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Four Horned Grebes were feeding at the point.

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Many Canvasbacks were cruising near shore.

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There weren’t as many Ruddy Ducks as yesterday.

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There were more than 50 Tundra Swans.

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Many Mallards were present also.

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I saw at least two American Wigeons.


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