Catching Up With Those South Carolina Birds – Part 1

A month ago I shared my last post of a Cormorant snoozing, with the thought of how nice it would be to do the same.  Excuse my long absence since, I promise I didn’t take that long of a nap!

Having recently left the South Carolina coast, we’ve relocated back to the Eastern Shore Maryland Chesapeake Bay region and planted some home roots for a while.  It’s a chaos of boxes and “where is?”!

Time for a break.  Get back to my blog, my blogger friends, and blog reading.  I’m so sorry I’ve lost touch with all of you, I’ve missed you.  I’ll be back to visiting!

Let me get started back by sharing some favorites in this and a few upcoming posts from my last South Carolina birding opportunities, while intermittently posting what’s new through my lens in our new area.

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Great Egret

 

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Carolina Chickadee

 

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Yellow-rumped Warbler

 

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Northern Cardinal (female)

 

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Double-breasted Cormorant

 

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Great Egret

 

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Brown Pelican

 

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Ring-billed Gull

 

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Ruddy Duck (female)

 

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Great Egret

 

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Great Egret

 

Thank you for taking your time in catching up with me, and have a wonderful week!

 

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