Perfect weather doesn’t seem to be the answer to a scarcity of birds. I explored Terrapin for a good three hours without seeing anything new, and little worth photographing. Still, it was a good walk and a Brown Thrasher posed nicely.
This Brown Thrasher, like many I’ve seen, was in a thick tangle of branches.
There are hundreds of Red Winged Blackbirds in the marsh ponds.
This Mockingbird was quite content to soak up the sunshine while I took his picture.
This Ring Billed Gull seemed to be resting.
A small flock of Buffleheads was fishing offshore.