The hot, humid weather seems to be cooling. It was coolish and a little windy this morning, and I cut it short for fear of rain.
Egrets are still plentiful, Eagles are more visible, and a few Sandpipers are starting to show.
I suspect we’ll see many more species as migration picks up in the next week or so.
Ebird checklist: https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S59193190
The Tricolored Herons are attracting many birders.
There is a large contingent of Great Egrets.
% or more Forster’s Terns are present each morning.
I found this Black Crowned Night Heron at Kent Narrows.
This Song Sparrow found several large worms in the mud.
There are not as many Great Blue Herons as usual.
It’s easy to hear the Red Headed Woodpeckers at CBEC, and hard to get a good photo.
I assume these Whitetail Fawns are related.