I made the trek to Bombay Hook this morning in hopes of finding some good water birds, but it was not happening. Some ducks have arrived, and a few Snow Geese flew over, but numbers and variety were low.
It was very windy, and the birds seemed to spook easily this morning. I made the circuit 4 times, and got a few decent images, but I’m hoping for better birds next time.
Dawn at Bombay Hook.
On the road to Alan House.
This is a Northern Shoveler.
Many Northern Pintails have arrived.
This Great Blue Heron flew over as I was leaving.
A Bald Eagle seemed to be soaking up the morning Sun.
About 50 Snow Geese flew over the refuge.
I saw many Greater Yellowlegs in the distance.
Black Ducks were plentiful also.
You can often find Savannah Sparrows by the side of the road.