I had great plans for photographing spring migration, but I had more rain-outs than I can count. It was always worth the adventure – just to be out. Seeing firsthand the relationship between the migrating Red Knots and the spawning Horseshoe Crabs was fascinating (This is currently the front slide show).
We had probably the best year of warbler sightings in our northern Virginia yard, but with the exception of the yellow-rumped pictured below and a friendly common yellow throat, everyone else stayed at canopy level. Well it’s still only the end of May so there is more shooting to be done!