It was cloudy this morning, but sunshine was promised and eventually came.
I started at Quiet Waters, which was dead except for two foxes on the ice, who scampered away before I could get there.
Thomas Point was slow also, but the mergansers were a welcome sight.
I got this image while sitting in my truck
There were more Bufflehead than usual.
I usually see Tundra Swans in the cove, but these were at the point.
White Throated Sparrows are abundant in the brush.
Ring Billed Gulls are nearly always feeding near the point.
Horned Grebes usually feed right at the point.
6 Hooded Mergansers were feeding in the cove.