There's still at least one teal at Lake Murray. Here she is with a male mallard.
There are so many coots, scaups, and ruddy ducks now:
Baby Blue, the dumped domestic duckling, seems to like to eat Mazuri waterfowl food. He's gotten a lot larger, lately:
Though he is now mostly feathered out, his feathers are not in good condition. I suspect that his previous owner didn't feed him very well and now he's growing up on junk food. I hope his condition improves:
I found this blue heron standing on a railing. I guess if they can hang onto branches, they can stand on a rail. I think this might be the mom heron or one of the babies. Mom heron was very grayish like this one:
Finally saw some ring-billed gulls, three young ones:
This Nuttall's woodpecker was out in the open when I first saw him, but when I turned the camera on him, he began to hide from me:
Someone said they spotted a glaucous-winged gull there, but I didn't see him.