Sunday in Newburyport, I added a life bird with the way-out-of-range Cassin's Kingbird which has been present for several weeks. Good looks, but the photos, while recognizable, are not any which I care to post.
Other highlights included King Eider, Common Murre, Razorbill, Snowy Owl, and Rough-legged Hawk, all distant birds with no photo opportunities.
Saturday I guided a group from Southeastern Audubon, so did no photography. Friday and Sunday were unusual for the coast in winter - sunny, mild, great light (I love the rich, low light during the winter, but it is not a common commodity).
Here are a few photo samples ...
|Dunlin among Sanderlings (roosting at Halibut Point)|
|Surf Scoter - female (c), 3 males, 2 1st year males (top r)|