American Wigeon at Thomas Point.

I was at Possum Point early, for the sunrise, but it didn’t look promising. Sandy Point wasn’t any better, so I got to Kent Narrows around dawn.

I saw only Scaup, suggesting the other ducks may be on the way out of here.

Thomas Point was kind of sparse, but the cove was chock full of Mallards and a Wood Duck. I also found an American Wigeon near the gate.

Tundra Swan 2019-27

Many Tundra Swans are still foraging near the point.

Mallard 2019-22 Mallard 2019-21 Mallard 2019-20

Mallard 2019-19

American Wigeons are relatively rare at Thomas Point.

Mallard 2019-23

The Mallards in the cove were active.

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I found only a few Buffleheads.

Wood Duck 2019-16

Wood Duck 2019-17

This Wood Duck seems to spending the Winter in the cove.



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