Above and below: Eastern Phoebe in forsythia.
On the red-headed woodpecker trail, on the right side, I was surprised to see a Blanding's turtle.
Female American Robin
The only Fox Sparrow seen or heard all morning.
Easter Sunday female Red-wing Blackbirds
Above and below: The elegant, little white trout lily (Erythronium albidum) was abundant.
Probably female first spring Red-bellied Woodpecker.
In a large puddle in the field just beyond the Maritime Museum, I was surprised to see a male Blue-winged Teal hanging out with a mallard pair.
Finally, I was able to get a shot of female Rusty Blackbird.