Yet another slow week. The Trumpeter Swans seem to have left, but the Spring migrants are not here in any numbers yet. I’ve heard this from others as well.
Greenbury and Quiet Waters have been very slow. I’ve seen a few Great Egrets, Green Herons, Chipping Sparrows and a Yellow Rumped Warbler, but that’s it for visitors.
Wood Ducks and Ospreys are cooperating, and I’m off soon to Bombay Hook.
The reflecting Pool at Quiet Waters.
These Canada Geese are at Jonas Green Park.
I did some planning to get these Trumpeter Swans in flight. I was lucky, as this was the last time I saw them.
This Pileated Woodpecker was very active at Jonas Green Park. First time I’ve seen one there.
A few Chipping Sparrows have arrived.
Red Winged Blackbirds are singing in every marsh.
This Bald Eagle flew overhead at Quiet Waters.
I’m seeing nesting Ospreys everywhere I go.
Several Chipping Sparrows have appeared.
This Great Blue Heron was fishing at Quiet Waters.