Prothonotary Warbler at Huntley Meadows.

We’re getting some good migrants almost every day. I’m hearing about more than I see, but I’m doing OK, thank you.

Graeme and I went to Huntley Meadows overnight, and it’s a great place.  A boardwalk through the marsh puts many good birds right in front of you. A few reptiles appeared as well.

Greenbury Point is hosting some good migrants, and I’ll be posting some before too long. I thought the Trumpeter Swans had left, but I relocated them this morning. How long will they stay?

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The boardwalk at Huntley Meadows.

Grackle 2021-4

This Common Grackle has a strange iridescence,

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Wood Ducks have been easy to find recently.

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This Common Yellowthroat was singing loudly.

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Female Red Winged Blackbirds always seem to be in the minority.

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Prothonotary Warbler 2020-5

A Prothonotary Warbler is always a bit startling.


Gray Catbirds arrived only a few days ago.

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I’m seeing Chipping Sparrows almost daily.

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Yet another Grackle.

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A Spring Cardinal.

Barn Swallow 2021-3

Barn Swallows are building nests.

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This Bluebird is feeding his young.

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Hooded Merganser 2020-3

We saw several Hooded Mergansers with chicks.

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Green Herons were feeding in the marsh.

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This is from the Heronry at Jonas Green Park.

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Trumpeter Swan 2021-74

The Trumpeter Swans were in Woolchurch Pond this morning.

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Several Great Blue Herons were fishing.

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This Great Blue Heron seemed to catch a crayfish with every attempt.

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Eastern Kingbird 2020-2

Eastern Kingbirds have arrived. Thy seem to thrive at Greenbury Point.

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A Bald Eagle nest at Dyke Marsh.

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This Gray Tree Frog lives in a hole, and the locals say he’s often visible.

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A very large Snapping Turtle.

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