I’ve been to CBEC, Possum/Greenbury Points, Jonas Green and Quiet Waters in the last two weeks without a lot of luck. My Screech Owl has been making regular appearances, but there hasn’t been much interesting until today, when a small fallout of Pine Warblers and Chipping Sparrows hung around for half an hour or so. A nice find. Another Sapsucker showed as well.
Some are seeing Ospreys, but I haven’t found one yet. I’ll probably check Possum Point tomorrow.
Many Chipping Sparrows were feeding alongside the Warblers.
You can hear Cardinals singing throughout the park.
This Eastern Screech Owl has been visible in midafternoon.
Several Bald Eagles flew over the park.
I seldom see Black Ducks at Quiet Waters.
Several pairs of Wood Ducks are nesting at Quiet Waters.
A Mallard near Thomas Point.
Tundra Swans will be heading North soon.
I’ve found several Northern Flickers in the park.
This House Sparrow posed at Jonas Green Park.
These Surf Scoters were an unusual sight at Possum Point.
This Downy Woodpecker pair seemed to be playing tag.
There are many Tufted Titmice around.
White Throated Sparrows seem to be among the last to head North.
This Yellow Sapsucker was a nice surprise. I haven’t seen many.
Eastern Blue Birds are doing well.
10 or so Pine Warblers were in the grass, eating quickly and almost ignored me.