Temp in the 50s, overcast, light rain most of the afternoon, increasing SE wind.
It’s hard to follow up a day like yesterday, but we tried.
After checking the feeders around town, we headed up to the Boy Scout Cabins to see if the warbler was still there. No luck. The stand of willows is probably only 20 by 10 yards or so, so it is easy to see if any birds are hanging out there. Oh well…
Haven Lake had three Eurasian Wigeon. At Clam Lagoon, the seven Western Sandpipers were still on the peninsula.
The flock of twenty Sanderlings were at their usual spot at the Breaches. No other shorebirds today.
We added Pacific Loon to the list at the Seawall.
We checked every willow and tree we could get to, but could not relocate the warbler or turn up any new birds.
Here is one of the giant Aleutian Song Sparrows.
And here is one of their giant flies…
The winds have shifted to the south. Maybe a change of weather will bring a change of birds.
Still, it has been a great trip so far.