Bald Eagles at Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center.

The sunrise didn’t look promising, so I stayed home until 6:30 and set out for Terrapin Nature Park. Terrapin is “iffy” in early Spring. You can do well, or just plain strike out. I didn’t find anything exciting, and moved quickly on to CBEC,

There’s still late ducks on the lake, along with a few geese. Eagles and Ospreys were active. We’ll have more migrants soon.

Tree Swallow 2019-9

Tree Swallow 2019-10

I’m getting better with Tree Swallows, but it’s not easy. A huge time sink if you get obsessed.

Osprey 2019-17

Osprey 2019-16

This Osprey’s nest is adjacent to the blind.

Field Sparrow 2019-1

Field Sparrow 2019-2

This Field Sparrow was a nice find. It’s not always easy to spot these little guys.

Yellow Rumped Warbler 2019-2

The Yellow Rump is one of our most common Warblers. This one is dressed for courting.

Bald Eagle 2019-14

The Bald Eagle has strayed too close to the Crow’s nesting area.

Bald Eagle 2019-16 Bald Eagle 2019-15

Bald Eagle 2019-17

I saw three Bald Eagles this morning. This one is a juvenile.

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