Another yucky, uninspiring day. It was warm early, even after last night’s welcome rain, an the firing range at USNA was open again, limiting the available birding space. I left soon after I arrived, as not much was happenng, and went to a friend’s house, which looks promising for the future.
This Goldfinch was one of the few visible birds.
This juvenile Red Bellied Woodpecker searched this tree thoroughly for a meal.
There are so many Ospreys at Possum Point that I sometimes ignore them, but I’ll miss them when they migrate.
I saw this Red Tailed Hawk land in a large tree, but I couldn’t locate him until two Crows chased him from his perch into the open .
This handsome Grackle was proud of his peanut.
My friend Shannon rescued this handsome cat several years ago.