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I will be going away for 2-3 weeks starting Sept. 10th so this will be my last post till I get back.

These images were taken on April 10, 2013.

Avery nice surprise visitor to the bay was a Palm Warbler. It was just sitting on the jetty soaking up the sun. Another surprise visitor was a Brown Creeper which was way down the end of the jetty on the channel marker. It was playing with a lady bug. Other than those two new migratory birds, the lone male Greater Scaup was still hanging around and there were the usual Cormorants, Sandpipers and Gulls. Some Northern Gannets were flying pretty close to me but not diving.

Don’t forget to visit my Flickr page for some high resolution wildlife images.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/39797696@N00/

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Palm Warbler

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Dunlin

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Purple Sandpiper

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Ruddy Turnstone

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Harlequin, male

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Double-crested Cormorant

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Double-crested Cormorant

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Brown Creeper

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Common Loon

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American Oystercatcher

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Herring Gull

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Herring Gull

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Northern Gannet

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Northern Gannet

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Fish Crow

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Barnegat Bay Lighthouse

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Barnegat Bay Lighthouse

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Lindsay heading out to the Atlantic

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Barnegat Bay

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Greater Scaup

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Northern Gannet

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Northern Gannet

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11 thoughts on “There’s Something Fishy Going On

    • Thanks Heather! It was a gorgeous day scenic wise but not temperature wise hahaha! It was still very cold by the bay in April. I will be back there for 2-3 weeks starting tomorrow so hopefully I get nicer temps this time with the same great background.

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