Bird Feeder Activity at CBEC
A few days ago I took a quick jaunt over to the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center (CBEC), to check to see whether Tundra Swans were present close to CBEC’s entrance road at the top of Marshy Creek, one of their usual winter havens around us. I know they are out there somewhere, I can hear them in the early morning and late evenings.
Unfortunately, I didn’t see any. I decided to head on into CBEC anyway to see if there was any activity at the feeder just behind the Welcome Center. It was busy with several species, including a new lifer for me, the White-throated Sparrow.
He was joined by several buddies….
The best part of the photo shoot were the Northern Cardinals, a favorite top-10 of mine. There were several males and females to my delight, either at the feeder or in the bushes and marsh grass waiting their turn. I had never had so many at one time, so I went a little nutso with them. 🙂
I didn’t get to stay long, but the visit were worth it! 🙂