Despite the bitter cold, I layered-up and drove to Dix today as my schedule and the weather won't allow for any further bird photography this week. I saw a number of birds, but there were no bald eagles at Dix or the nearby PSE&G property. I traversed the dike and set up my blind on the banks of the mostly-frozen Cohansey River. A flock of Bufflehead swam down the river as the sun got closer to the horizon, but decided to turn away rather than follow their path directly toward me:
The best shots of the day wound up being of a grove of leafless trees as the sun set behind them. It was a good hike, but not much else.