I was hoping to come back and have hordes of new birds to photograph, but winter's grasp is strong in Maine, and a week of coldish, wet, raw weather has kept the spring party from kicking into gear. Tomorrow will be our first taste of really nice weather, so I thought I'd get caught up before the imminent deluge of migrants.
|Endless strands of Double-Crested Cormorants flying north|
|Greater Yellowlegs doing its best Phalarope imitation|
|Striped Maple bud|
|Northern Cardinal in Sumac|
|Red-Winged Blackbird female|