Friday, July 17, 2020


I've gone out a few times to photograph the first comet (Neowise) that has a visible tail in recent memory.  This was at Tiscornia this morning.

A good sized storm front passed through about 36 hours ago.  I missed a flock of about 50 willets the evening it went through, and then a small flock of marbled godwits yesterday morning due to work, but there was at least one straggler willet this morning

Sanderlings are just starting to filter through.  Today was the first day with multiple.  One is still in pretty solid breeding plumage.

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