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2012-10-06 - 4:22 p.m.
Today we took the boat tour of Weeks Bay.
Beautiful light on the estuary. Great views
of the adult Bald Eagle sitting near the nest,
as well as various Ospreys with or without
fish. As we walked up to the boat, I noted an
Osprey that flew in to perch on a dead snag.
That individual had an extremely distended
crop. It looked like a little round balloon
sticking out. There was also a large
collection of Red-headed Woodpeckers, as well
as a few Red-bellieds. Can't think of any new
birds that joined the list, though. It was
great weather, maybe a little too great,
because there was no reason for any migrants
to make a stop.
Lunch at the Gumbo Shack, where I had a
Mudslide made with ice cream and a bowl of the
We strolled the art fair and the bird expo
after lunch. However, I was disappointed in
my quest for a new strap for my binoculars.
They didn't have any optics sellers at all.
It was all art glass hummingbird feeders.
Some cute rescue birds on display,
particularly a tiny owl with big ears. I'm
hoping the photo came out.
Went back and took a swim which has made me
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