Where I've been/What I've seen
Today we got up nice and early (sometime around 4:30). Why? We were headed on a two-hour drive to Chincoteague NWR. Here we planned to target Sandwich Tern, Piping Plover, White Ibis, and more.
After this we went to a nearby pond for a little bit more birding before lunch. Here we had a bunch of herons, and the highlight being a flyover Sandwich Tern.
After lunch we went on the Wildlife Drive where we saw a Delmarva Fox Squirrel, a formerly endangered subspecies. My camera also ran out of battery at some point. We didn't see an awful lot of particularly interesting things on the drive besides a Cliff Swallow, and an Eastern Meadowlark (the first for the camp).
After this we left Chincoteague and made a stop in Selbyville, Delaware to find the Eurasian-collared Doves at the north-eastern most part of their range. Honestly, I never expected to be chasing a Eurasian-collared Dove, as they are EVERYWHERE here in San Diego. Some other westerners were joking about this as well. After this stop we drove straight back to the Virden Center