EASTERN SEABOARD DASH

A late fall birding opportunity with my good buddy Paul presented itself for a quick trip down the eastern seaboard of the United States.  Despite the freezing weather that dogged us the whole way, we managed to cover nearly 3,000 miles in 5 days getting as far south as Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.   As a result of the trip, I was able to add 7 bird species to my life list.

Brown-headed Nuthatch, Weymouth Woods, North Carolina.

Eastern Towhee, Weymouth Woods, North Carolina.

Forster’s Tern, Huntington Beach, South Carolina.

Pine Warbler, Weymouth Woods, North Carolina.

Sanderling, Huntington Beach, South Carolina.

Northern Gannet chased by seagull. Lewes, Delaware.

Clapper Rail. Huntington Beach, South Carolina.

Black-backed Seagull with fish head.  Lewes, Delaware.

Purple Sandpiper. Barnegat Light, New Jersey.

Harlequin Ducks. Barnegat Light, New Jersey.

Avocet, Pea Island, Cape Hatteras, Virginia.

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