Pine Warbler at Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center

Where to go?-that is the question. After vacillating, I decided to go back to Terrapin, which wasn’t awful, but not as good as yesterday. I did get to see a very close Bald Eagle, my first in a while. I had to work this morning, so I cut short the Terrapin trip to take a quick run by CBEC, where I was greeted by a Pine Warbler, my first since Spring. Some egrets and another warbler made it worthwhile.

Great Egret

This shows the contrast in size between the Great Egret and the Snowy Egret.

Snowy Egret

There were about 20 Great and Snowy Egrets feeding in the lake.

Magnolia Warbler

Magnolia Warbler

Magnolia Warbler

Magnolia Warbler

Magnolia Warbler

I saw Prairie Warblers at Terrapin and CBEC.

Orchard Oriole

This Orchard Oriole was feeding right alongside the warblers.

Pine Warbler

Pine Warbler

I was surprised to see this Pine Warbler perched on a power line.

American Redstart(Female)

American Redstart(Female)
American Redstart(Female)

American Redstart  (Female)

American Redstart(Female)

One tree at Terrapin seemed to be full of American Redstarts.

Chestnut Sided Warbler

Chestnut Sided Warbler

I’d like more variety in the warblers, but I’ll settle for a Chestnut Sided Warbler.

Deer

I haven’t gotten this close to a deer in a while.

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