This page shows my own remaining photographs, with very little commentary. If any of our WWNP group that went with us to Presque Isle send me suitable images, I’ll create an additional gallery on a third page.
Watching a male Baltimore Oriole starting the construction of a nest under the watchful eye of his mate was a light-hearted moment. She was certainly keeping an eye on his every move!
American Redstarts were present in significant numbers. One of my shots of these was of an immature bird and another was a grab-shot of a male flying above us, with the sun gleaming through the orange patches on his tail.
Perhaps it is too easy to ignore some birds on the basis that they are ‘common’ or drab, but I — for one — actually find that hard to do.
My one wader/shorebird of the day was well camouflaged against dead cat-tails and reeds:
Next, a species I have so far failed to identify, so if any good birders out there can help me with this one, I would be grateful. (Please use the ‘Leave a Comment’ link at the top of the page, if you can help.)
And some more of the warblers that we made our 210-mile round-trip specifically to see: