Yellow Warbler at Bombay Hook.

It’s unusual for me to go this long without a post, but it’s been slow birding for a while. It’s been a wet, cold Spring so far, and that may be affecting migration. I’m finding very few interesting migrants.

I’ve been to Sandy Point, Greenbury Point and Quiet Waters, and they’ve all been quiet. I decided to change my luck with a trip to Bombay Hook, and it paid off. I’ve had better days there, but it was an above average day.


Black Necked Stilt 2019-2

I found only two Black Necked Stilts.


Red Winged Blackbird 2019-5

This is a young Red Winged Blackbird.

Blue Grosbeak 2019-3

Blue Grosbeaks are often found along the edge of the marsh.

Least Sandpiper 2019-1

There were many hundreds of Least Sandpipers.

Bald Eagle 2019-32

I saw more Bald Eagles than usual.

Bald Eagle 2019-31 Bald Eagle 2019-30

Bald Eagle 2019-33

This very dark Bald Eagle is likely this year’s young.

Mute Swan 2019-1

Four Mute Swans were calmly feeding in Raymond Pool.

Great Egret 2019-16

This Great Egret may be in Breeding plumage.

Short Billed Dowitcher 2019-5

Short Billed Dowitcher 2019-6

Hundreds of Short Billed Dowitchers were feeding in the marsh.

Crow 2019-6

I don’t get close to Crows very often.

Cardinal 2019-5

I saw this Cardinal at Greenbury Point.

Yellow Breasted Chat 2019-4

Yellow Breasted Chat 2019-3

It’s Easy to find Yellow Breasted Chats at Greenbury Point.

Spotted Sandpiper 2019-3 Spotted Sandpiper 2019-1

Spotted Sandpiper 2019-2

This Spotted Sandpiper was at Lake Artemesia.

Canada Goose 2019-29

Canada Geese have hatched their young already.

Ring Billed Gull 2019-7

This Ring Billed Gull was at Sandy Point.

Yellow Warbler 2019-2 Yellow Warbler 2019-1

Yellow Warbler 2019-3

Some fellow birders pointed out this Yellow Warbler.


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