It’s that time of year when birds are hard to find, and I’m not having much luck. I’ve been to several different places recently, and don’t have much to show for the effort.
I made the Bombay Hook trek again this morning, as a friend had good luck there a few days ago, but it was only a mediocre show. Still, it was better than any other place I’ve been recently.
This Green Heron was foraging at Schoolhouse Pond.
This Killdeer was at Schoolhouse pond.
This White Eyed Vireo was the only good image I got at Wooton’s Landing.
There were many Greater Yellowlegs in the marsh.
I only saw two Forster’s Terns.
Many Snowy Egrets were present.
This Goldfinch will be getting his Winter plumage soon.
Many Great Egrets were present as well.
I saw only a few Semi Palmated Sandpipers.
A least Sandpiper at Schoolhouse Pond.
These Least Sandpipers had a dispute of some kind.
Blue Grosbeaks can be found all Summer.
I found this Great Blue Heron at Schoolhouse Pond.
I was lucky to catch this Belted Kingfisher as he flew by.
This Killdeer was at Schoolhouse Pond.
Three Yellow Crowned Night Herons were resting in Bear Swamp Pool.