After yesterday’s success, I tried Quiet Waters again today, and did well. I’ve said in the past that I should try Quiet Waters more often.
I had to do some searching to find the best spot, but it didn’t take long and I had over an hour of decent activity. It can be tricky to find migrating birds.
Sunrise at Sandy Point.
Several flycatchers were foraging in the area.
This is the first Blue Headed Vireo I’ve seen this year.
I heard several Chickadees in the area.
Two or more Downy Woodpeckers seem to be in the area all the time.
This Cardinal struck a nice pose.
A single Ruby Crowned Kinglet was feeding in the undergrowth.
This Pileated Woodpecker was in the area for an hour or more.
The Black Throated Green Warbler is a striking bird.
It’s rutting season, so I expect to be seeing more deer.