Pied Billed Grebe at Lake Artemesia.

I finally found some birds after three  consecutive days of zilch. I do this for fun, but that wasn’t fun. I blame the very warm Fall, but who knows?

I heard that things were better at Buddy Attick and Lake Artemesia, so that’s where I went.

Buddy Attick had a good selection, and I spent a couple of hours there.

Artemesia was good as well, even if many of the birds were too far out for good images.

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Sunrise at Sandy Point.

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This is a female Eastern Towhee.

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I heard this Carolina Wren long before I saw him.

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This Downy Woodpecker just ignored me as he fed.

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I caught this Blue Jay as he was moving.

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This lone Great Blue Heron was at Buddy Attick.

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This Brown Thrasher was at Buddy Attick.

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This Great Blue Heron was fishing at Possum Point.

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I found this Chickadee at Quiet Waters.

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This White Throated Sparrow is from Greenbury Point.

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I’ve seen Double Crested Cormorants every where I go.

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A single Pied Billed Grebe was cruising the lake.

 

 

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