It was a glorious Winter day, with temps in the 50s and clear skies, but a serious lack of cool birds.
I found a few at Possum Point, then went to Thomas Point. where there were fewer ducks, quite far from shore.
Only a few Buffleheads were present.
This female Red Bellied Woodpecker was very intent on finding breakfast.
Song Sparrows thrive at Thomas Point.
I’m not a gull fan, but the Ring Billed Gull is beautiful in flight.
Dawn at Possum Point.