Return to Oak Hammock Marsh

Oak Hammock Marsh is huge and the chances of finding a particular bird (or birds) is remote – but I headed out there this morning after breakfast to try to find and photograph the Tundra Swans.

It was another cloudy day, but brighter than the other day and not raining.

Immature Eagle (Bald or Golden)?
Immature Eagle (Bald or Golden)?
Immature Eagle (Bald or Golden)?
Immature Eagle (Bald or Golden)?
Immature Eagle (Bald or Golden)?
Immature Eagle (Bald or Golden)?
Immature Eagle (Bald or Golden)?
Immature Eagle (Bald or Golden)?
Immature Eagle (Bald or Golden)?
Immature Eagle (Bald or Golden)? I think the white tail feathers shown in this picture indicate Bald Eagle.  He picked up a bunny that was road kill.
Wolly Bear Caterpillar
Wolly Bear Caterpillar – Tiger Moth larvae
Lots of Ducks
Lots of Ducks
Lots of Ducks
Lots of Ducks
Magpie
Magpie
Magpie
Magpie
The Swans
The Swans – I found the Swans!

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