Tree Swallows at Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center.

I started out at Sandy Point this morning, and got some decent sunrise images.  The Sun is rising further to the North now, so the Possum Point sunrise is less impressive.

I went straight to CBEC, but later in the season I’ll stop at Terrapin also.

There’s still a lot of ducks at CBEC. They’re probably the usual suspects, but are too far out to see with binoculars. I did find  a few ducks on the pond, along with a nesting Osprey pair.

A quick stop at Quiet Waters was fruitless, which is a little odd for this time of year.

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A flock of Cormorants flew past the lighthouse.

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Dawn at Sandy Point.

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This Crow is building a nest nearby.

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These Mallards will probably nest in the area.

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A few Northern Shovelers are still lingering.

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Tree Swallows are occupying the many nest boxes at CBEC.

 

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