Eight of us had a very nice walk on a sunny, warm winter day. Birds are getting ready for spring and were super active. Ducks were mostly gone (since January), though a Canvasback and a couple female Ruddy Ducks had dropped in, and a pair of Ring-necked and female Buffleheads remained. Judy saw an Allen’s Hummingbird. Oak Titmice, which have been verrry vocal everywhere the last 2 weeks, did not disappoint here either. We checked the napes of all our Northern Flickers for intergrade signs; none seen. Yellow-rumped Warblers were the most abundant bird, with at least one Myrtle’s included (and nicely photo-documented by Becky).
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