Between snow, bitter cold and a painting project, I’ve been a bit homebound lately.
I’m mostly hanging out locally, though I made a couple of unproductive trips to Sandy Point. Thomas Point has plenty of birds, but some species just haven’t arrived yet.
This Bufflehead was at Thomas Point.
South end of a diving Black Duck.
Female Lesser Scaup.
This Redhead was at Thomas Point.
Tundra Swans are doing well this year.
Hundreds of Canvasbacks are sheltering near Thomas Point.
Long Tailed Ducks are a favorite.
I see Yellow Rumped Warbler in all the parks.
This Eastern Bluebird was feeding at Thomas Point.
Red Bellied Woodpeckers can be found in every local park.
A small flock of Cedar Waxwings was feeding at Thomas Point.