Lesser Scaup at Thomas Point.

I’ve been going to Thomas Point and Quiet Waters most days, with looks at Possum Point, Lake Artemesia and Schoolhouse Pond.  No place has been exciting, but I’m seeing a decent variety overall.

Tundra Swans and Canvasbacks are here in good numbers now, and Scoters and Scaup are here as well. Loons and Grebes are lagging. A few Common Goldeneyes are at Thomas Point.

I didn’t make the Eastern Shore yet, but it won’t be long.

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Dawn at Possum Point.

Bay Bridge 12

Working Whitehall Bay.

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“Woodie”, the Thomas Point Wood Duck.

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Wood Duck 2019-63

“Woofie” is still loitering with the Mallards at Thomas Point.

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75-80 Tundra Swans are wintering near my friend’s house. They get quite feisty at times.

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This is a pair of Canvasbacks.

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Many Buffleheads are feeding at the point.

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A small flock of Ruddy Ducks is staying near the point.

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Close up of a Redhead.

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The pond at Schoolhouse Pond.

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Most Lesser Scaup are staying well out from shore.


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