Noting that Jay McGowan beat me to report the chick is visible at May’s Point 
Road, I can only add that I was able to get good photographs of the chick plus 
also of the pair of adults at the cavity with one clearly feeding the chick.  
It is at my blog at:  

In addition, had an entertaining time watching a good number of Black Terns 
dipping down to feed in the main pool at the  Seneca spillway.  That are so 
quick that it is nearly impossible to follow them with a camera, somewhat  like 
photographing butterflies in flight. 

Absolutely beautiful day with the wind keeping the mosquitoes down.

Paul Schmitt


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