In My Happy Place
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I love driving through wildlife refuges. I don't care where they are: Delaware, Maryland, Florida, Pennsylvania, Virginia. As long as there are birds to see and photograph, I am happy.
My favorites in the Mid-Atlantic region are Blackwater near Cambridge, MD, Bombay Hook near Dover, DE, and Chincoteague in Virginia. I've only been to Merritt Island in Florida, but I loved it there and will return this winter.
I spent yesterday afternoon and this morning at Bombay Hook. There were even some snow geese there. Here are this morning's photos. I'll post yesterday's in a separate blog entry with some tips for photographing birds in refuges.
Mallard Pair II Mallard Pair III Northern Pintail Early Morning Sentinel Great Blue and Friends In Flight Perfectly Positioned Straddler Morning Watcher Morning Watcher II American Avocets in Flight Savannah Sparrow
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Although most of those birds are, common on the East Coast I never tire of seeing them they are just beautiful.
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