Returning north I spotted a Red-tailed Hawk in a tree next to Summit Rd. and photographed it from the car. Branches obscured it enough to prevent a clean image.
A quick stop at the Whiting Power Plant yielded no birds. Ducks were absent on Lake Erie and only a handfull of Ring-billed Gulls were at the discharge.
Heading north toward Pt. Mouillee I turned down Port Sunlight Rd. and drove right past a Red-tail sitting on the fence bordering the landfill. The bird flew up onto a light pole and provided several nice frames from the car. After a few moments it lifted off and flew to a second pole, where I managed a clean flight-shot as it flew west.
A drive down Campau Rd. toward Pt. Mouillee HQ yielded a Bald Eagle roosting next to the road, but it was severely back-lit and prevented a clean photograph, even after it flew off.