There is no rhyme or reason as to how I pick the campgrounds where we stay on our summer weekends. Sometimes I hear about them at a “Show”, sometimes from fellow campers, and sometimes from searching the internet. KI and I like to stay at National Parks and State Parks more frequently, but private campgrounds are worked into our schedule too.
One of the closest private campgrounds to our home-only 45 miles away, is on the Bush River, a tributary to the Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in the U.S.. All of these campgrounds boast wildlife, but few photos are taken since the wildlife chooses not to pose for me, or even come out for me!
While the campground we visited on this particular weekend was crowded, it really did have abundant wildlife.
KI even fed the ducks, a pastime she does at home with our seasonal visitors-much to the consternation of our neighbors.
Cormorants, a Great Blue Heron and Mallards were photographed. We even saw baby ducklings. Check out the tab above “Recent Photos” to see more wildlife. If I were kayaking, I would have seen even more…