It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything, and that’s a reflection of the slow birding climate around here. Even trips to Blackwater and Bombay Hook weren’t sufficiently productive for a post.
So:this will be a compilation of the last week’s occasional decent photo. I entered a contest where you need to submit 20 Ebird reports from the same place during August, so I spent a lot of time at CBEC.
Several Caspian Terns are hanging out at Sandy Point.
The Red Headed Woodpeckers were very active today.
I’m seeing more Great Blue Herons now.
Great Egrets are present in good numbers.
Small flocks of Eastern Kingbirds are gathering to migrate.
Brown Thrashers seem to be very territorial.
Least Sandpipers appear as soon as the mudflats are exposed.
Several juvenile Tricolored Herons are hanging out at CBEC.
There were about 1000 American Avocets at Bombay Hook.