The current routine includes a visit to Woolchurch Pond where the Trumpeter Swans are, then Greenbury/Possum Points, Jonas Green and sometimes Quiet Waters. I’ll get to the Eastern shore soon, but gas prices are slowing me down.
The swans are doing well, and the remaining cygnet is growing rapidly.
Some birds, such as Orioles and Cuckoos, seem to be dispersing after nesting, others are less active now.
Green Herons are patient hunters.
The pond at Jonas Green Park is home to many new Wood Ducklings.
The remaining cygnet seems to be thriving.
Many Eastern Bluebirds are raising young.
I don’t often see Brown Thrashers at Greenbury Point.
Greenbury Point hosts Yellow Billed Cuckoos, but I don’t see them often.
Indigo Buntings are regular visitors.
You can always find Chipping Sparrows at Greenbury Point.
Goldfinches are doing very well at Greenbury Point.
I used to see Blue Grosbeaks more often.
This Great Egret was fishing near Jonas Green Park.
Ospreys are doing well at Possum Point.
Yellow Breasted Chats regularly nest at Greenbury Point.
Who can pass up a singing Cardinal?
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This female Orchard Oriole posed nicely.