Spring at Croton

Spring birds are everywhere doing their Spring Thing.  Plus, a few of the residents are back in action.

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This orchard (corrected, thank you) oriole finally popped out from behind the leaves. Been waiting to get a picture of one.
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Wood duck got relatively close
Wood duck pair
Wood duck pair
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Double-crested cormorants were in their usual place.
Three may be a crowd
Three may be a crowd
Red-tail refurbishing the nest
Red-tail refurbishing the nest
Incoming
Incoming
The cowbirds didn't disturb this chipmunk at all.  They are tracking a female cowbird.
The cowbirds didn’t disturb this chipmunk at all. They are tracking a female cowbird.

 

Published by Bonnie Coe

I primarily photograph eagles and peregrine falcons. I do include many other birds and some mammals.

3 thoughts on “Spring at Croton

  1. Awesome shots. Just wanted to point out your Oriole is actually an Orchard Oriole (adult male)- undoubtedly a better find than a Baltimore Oriole. And you got an awesome shot of it, too!

    Nice blog!

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