By Mike Busch
The Long Island Wildlife Photography group didn’t let our latest stretch of gloomy weather stop them from getting some nice shots this week.
Many young birds have already fledged their nests but as you will see below, many of the shorebirds are still tending to eggs and chicks.
It is also getting much harder to get a clear shot as the leaves are now full.
A few notable images below include a Cattle Egret, Diamondback Terrapin, Black Necked Stilt and Saltmarsh Sparrow.
This week’s cover goes to Donna Crinnian with an excellent capture of a Great Egret eating a Pipefish.
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