Friday, May 15, 2015

Mainely Osprey

Yesterday waa the sort of day that makes you glad you woke up at 3:30AM and drove 3+ hours to Maine to take photographys. This is the time of year where alewives make their migration from the sea, up rivers to fresh water to spawn and raise the next generation. Whenever there are lots of fish, you generally find lots of birds.

Reports from Down East had been sketchy but I decided to take a chance and make the day trip. (Especially since was the only day that my schedule & the weather would cooperate for over a week.)

 While the migration may not have not yet been going full steam, there were enough fish to attract enough osprey for it to have been worth my while getting sun & wind burned. Here are a few shots from yesterday, for you viewing pleasure. (Click on the photo to see a larger version.)

Light Chronicle | Photography: 2015-0514 ME Osprey &emdash;

Light Chronicle | Photography: 2015-0514 ME Osprey &emdash;

Light Chronicle | Photography: 2015-0514 ME Osprey &emdash;

Light Chronicle | Photography: 2015-0514 ME Osprey &emdash;

Light Chronicle | Photography: 2015-0514 ME Osprey &emdash;

Light Chronicle | Photography: 2015-0514 ME Osprey &emdash;

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