Bufflehead at Thomas Point State Park

It was quite cold and windy this morning, so I did some chores, waiting for the Sun to rise a little higher and bring some warmth. I could tell it wasn’t going to be a good day to stay out for long, so I headed for Thomas Point to see what might be there. I saw no songbirds at all, but I could see some ducks a few hundred feet out in the bay, so I climbed down in the rocks to get a little closer.

Thomas Point

This is Kent Island as seen from Thomas Point.


There was a small flock of Buffleheads feeding offshore. This breeding male is just preparing to dive.

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