Below are some photographs I took while at Wisconsin Point this morning
Bald Eagles at sunrise:

Parasitic Jaegers (adult and juvenile in the same photo)

Juvenile Parasitic Jaeger:

Herring Gull and Ring-billed Gulls... It's so much fun to photograph
gulls from unique angles.

Here is my list from birding at Wisconsin Point this morning (Lot A)
Canada Goose  50
Blue-winged Teal  30
Green-winged Teal  10
Common Loon  1
Double-crested Cormorant  3
American White Pelican  1
Bald Eagle  2
Black-bellied Plover  1
Semipalmated Plover  2
Bonaparte's Gull  4
Ring-billed Gull  900
Herring Gull  100
tern sp.  1
Parasitic Jaeger  2
American Crow  1
American Pipit  1
White-throated Sparrow  10
Recent Hawk Ridge shots...
Here is an immature Northern Harrier I photographed today at Hawk
Ridge. The Northern Harriers are so beautiful and unique, especially
when you see them up close! This is one of my personal favorite shots
I've taken so far this fall...

Below are photos taken with the more basic point-and-shoot, of an
adult and juvenile Northern Harrier next to each other, as well as a
close up of the gray ghost (adult male). It was so cool to see them up

Ruby-throated Hummingbird at the ridge:

A recent front has forced through the area, and strong west &
northwest winds are expected over the next few days... just in time
for the Broad-winged Hawks' big push through Hawk Ridge.

Good birding,
Erik Bruhnke
Duluth, MN

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