I took some time on my day off to drive into Gloucester and head down to Eastern Point. I was rewareded by this stunning winter adult Iceland Gull. We usually get younger Iceland Gulls on Cape Ann. This is only the second adult that I have seen.
We had 11 inches of snow the day before the Snow Moon. The next day we had snow again.
There was going to be a partial eclipse of the moon Friday night.
But by the time it started, the clouds were starting to come in. Oh well, such is life.
Last Sunday I was shooting from the banks of the Merrimack River on the north end of Plum Island. This gave me a few opportunities to photograph the wildlife feeding on crabs. Below are two Herring Gulls and a Common Goldeneye.
Finally, the forgotten photo from February 2014, taken at the same location.
I decided to get myself out in the cold, windy New England weather for a little while on Sunday morning and headed off to Plum Island in Newburyport, Massachusetts. I was rewarded with a Northern Harrier. Here she comes around the bend of the Merrimack river.
Nothing is more fun that photographing a Northern Harrier hunting in the grass.