Lesser Scaup at Thomas Point.

I started at Possum Point, and waited awhile to see if any colors would materialize. After about ten minutes, it started to look promising, so I stayed long enough to get a few decent images.

Thomas Point was deserted, the weather was mild and the bay nearly flat. Unfortunately, the birds stayed  some distant out, and I didn’t really get much. I did find a few birds in the coves on the way out.

I stopped at my friend’s house, and there was a lot of birds in good light, so I stayed awhile.

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Possum Point 165

Sunrise at Possum Point.

Bufflehead 2019-19

Bufflehead 2019-20

I got closer than usual to this Bufflehead.

Lesser Scaup 2019-8

Lesser Scaup 2019-9

This Lesser Scaup may be a young bird.

Tundra Swan 2019-13 Tundra Swan 2019-12 Tundra Swan 2019-11 Tundra Swan 2019-10

Tundra Swan 2019-14

This Tundra Swan is about to land.

Canvasback 2019-16

Canvasbacks seem to hang around all winter.

Mallard 2019-11

This Mallard couple seemed quite serene.

American Wigeon 2019-3

Two American Wigeons were foraging near the ranger cabin.

Gadwall 2019-2

I’ve seen only a few Gadwalls at Thomas Point.

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