As you can tell, fall is still struggling to show up here in Central North Carolina but today it was perfect conditions to see what Jordan Lake was up to after the rain we had last night finally after weeks of not having any rain at all.
We saw many Great Egrets, Bald Eagle, Black Vultures, Turkey Vultures, Great Blue Herons and Osprey that were catching fish today at Jordan Lake, while we were photographing different subjects of the wading birds.
Today for some reason the other half of Jordan Lake seemed to be more populated with wildlife today compared to previous trips down to Jordan Lake.
In wildlife photography this does happen a lot of the times when you find a spot that does seem to have more activity than other areas of Jordan Lake.
Ospreys are coming fish eaters just like the Great Blue Herons you see around here in the middle part of the state in North Carolina.
Finally, I am going to talk about the Black Vulture. This is a variation of the volutes that can be found in the Jordan Lake Area of North Carolina. How can you tell the difference between a Black Vulture and a turkey vulture?
The difference is the head color and the shape of them. The Black vulture has a black head and its body is black. The turkey vulture has a red beer and that's how you can tell the difference between the two vultures around here in North Carolina.
Beware Al D more posts will be coming ahead of you this month on my blog!