The adventure to Maryland’s Eastern Shore brought more than just the plentiful ducks at Oakley Street in Cambridge, Maryland but also a lovely variety of ducks on the remote and quiet Hooper’s Island. Ducks that I usually find at Ocean City Inlet were enjoying the waters along the island. Black Scoters, Long-tailed ducks, Common Loons and Horned Grebes. It was a wonderful thing.
It’s not often that I get to see such a wide variety of ducks in such a short period of time. Also, it seems that the migration season is beginning and it’s going to be hard to pull myself away from the birds.
I’ll enjoy them as much as I can before I leave on a jet plane.
Please keep the duck photos coming…never too many. Have been in mourning since they can’t be found up here in southeastern Pa. Hope to get to my place near Chincoteague and fly over to Cambridge with my camera and lenses. Thanks Emily.
I hope you can get down to Cambridge also Herb. Although I am hearing that Snow Geese and Tundra Swans are making a presence at Middle Creek WMA. May be worth a visit. Surely a few ducks are there too. Good luck!
Whatever bird galore you offer, it’s always nice :). Love the many duckies.
You are too sweet Tiny. Me too ! Can’t get enough of the little duckies. 🙂
Truly appreciate it Sherry. Thank you!
Such wonderful diversity in the species present, love the photo series.
My pleasure to share Charlie. I’m always amazed with the variety of species in the avian world. Thank you.
Great pictures: thanks for sharing.
Truly my pleasure Pit. Thanks!
There is a Long-tailed Duck near my home since few days. I will try to see it again this afternoon. 😉
I hope you were able to find him De bec.
OH MY GOSH, DUCKS! Sorry, little over excited, great post, great pics x
LOL ! Exact reaction I have when I find them. Thanks Quinn.
Haha! You’re welcome, glad we can share a love of ducks together!
Great captures LTD my favourite with all the others a close second
Awesome ! Love hearing which one you like. Thank you so much Hethersett