I made the trek to Blackwater in hopes of getting more action, and was only partly successful. I managed to find a few warblers, but there wasn’t much else to see.
I spoke with fellow birder who had the same kind of luck , but we decided it was just our misfortune and we’d have to try again another day.
This Eastern Phoebe is probably a migrant.
My friendly Red Headed Woodpeckers were very cooperative today.
Eastern Kingbirds will be heading South soon.
This Common Yellowthroat may have nested at Blackwater.
This first year Osprey was fishing near his old nest.
This Pine Warbler is an early migrant.
I was looking for Nuthatches when this Yellow Warbler popped up.