I tried for more sunrises at Possum Point, and got a couple, then a few gulls and Ospreys, but not much else.
I’d heard there were some gulls at Jonas Green Park, and I found a flock of 30 or so Bonaparte’s Gulls and a warbler.
Quiet Waters is still the best place, so I spent a couple of hours there and got a few decent shots.
“It was morning, and the new sun sparkled gold across the ripples of a gentle sea.” ― Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull
Horned Grebes are still plentiful.
There’s usually a Mallard in my favorite Quiet Waters cove.
Ospreys are thriving around the Chesapeake Bay.
This is the first House Finch I’ve seen in a while.
This Yellow Rumped Warbler always seems to be in the same area at Jonas Green Park.
I usually skip Starlings, but this flight shot came out OK.
This Downy Woodpecker was feeding at Quiet Water.
A small, graceful gull with bright white patches in its wings, the Bonaparte’s Gull winters near people, but breeds in the isolated taiga and boreal forest.