This weekend was great for diversity in birding at DeKorte Park. Everything from shorebirds to songbirds to raptors.
I was at the park both Saturday and Sunday and you could see the buzz of people around. The park was busy, especially on Sunday.
Ruby Crowned Kinglets, Palm Warblers, Yellow Rumps were abundant. I was able to see the Blue Gray Gnatcatcher up on the upper trail through park.
The Spotted Sandpiper left retention pond and is out in the water behind the Amvet signs. Caught him hunting.
As I was leaving the park an Osprey put on a show for me. These are some of the shots.
Two more pix follow. Thanks, Allan!