From Baskett Slough...
|Adult Bald Eagle|
|Juvenile Red-tailed Hawk|
to Livermore Road...
|Ring-necked Pheasant without the ring. I've read that cocks don't develop the white ring until they are 18 weeks old|
And up Tucker Rd. ...
At the slough on Ballston Rd. as you head toward the Sheridan Fishing Pond (and sewage ponds), we saw four Snipe. They were well camouflaged.
|Same bird as above, but zoomed in closer|
|Common Snipe above and below the water|
Also above and below water was this Double-crested (double headed?) Cormorant
In the bushes between the fishing pond and the sewage ponds were Red-winged Blackbirds among other (not photographed) birds. In the ponds were gazillions of Ruddy Ducks (mostly sleeping) and Northern Shovelers (mostly with their heads under water), skittish Ring-necked Ducks and lots of others too far for pictures (although I tried).