It was sunny and calm, as predicted, but it wasn’t a prolific kind of day. I remember thinking a few years ago that migration seemed to be moving slowly.
Eagles were everywhere, but wading birds and warblers were seriously sparse.
The White Crowned Sparrows were a welcome sight, perhaps a harbinger of better things to come.
I found this White Eyed Vireo yesterday at Terrapin.
Several Ospreys nest at Blackwater.
This Eagle pair seemed to be enjoy an aerial duel.
A single Eastern Kingbird greeted me this morning.
Red Winged Blackbirds were in full song.
This Green Heron was at Terrapin yesterday.
A small flock of White Crowned Sparrows was passing through.