Long Tailed Ducks at Jonas Green Park.

Between snow, bitter cold and a painting project, I’ve been a bit homebound lately.

I’m mostly hanging out locally, though I made a couple of unproductive trips to Sandy Point.  Thomas Point has plenty of birds, but some species just haven’t arrived yet.

Bufflehead 2022-10

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This Bufflehead was at Thomas Point.

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South end of a diving Black Duck.

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Female Lesser Scaup.

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This Redhead was at Thomas Point.

Tundra Swan 2022-21 Tundra Swan 2022-19

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Tundra Swans are doing well this year.

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Hundreds of Canvasbacks are sheltering near Thomas Point.

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Long Tailed Duck 2022-7

Long Tailed Ducks are a favorite.

Yellow Rumped Warbler 2022-1

I see Yellow Rumped Warbler in all the parks.

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This Eastern Bluebird was feeding at Thomas Point.

Red Bellied Woodpecker 2022-1

Red Bellied Woodpeckers can be found in every local park.

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A small flock of Cedar Waxwings was feeding at Thomas Point.

5 thoughts on “Long Tailed Ducks at Jonas Green Park.

  1. So wonderful to see all the birds around Annapolis now that I no longer live there. Thank you, Hugh — beautiful photos!

    • We love it! Enjoying all the winter sports — Nordic skating, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing and hiking (with microspikes) on snow-packed trails. Planning to hike up Mt Pierce on Thursday. Still lots of painting to do inside, but it feels more and more like home.

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