Otherwise ducks were the order of the day with ten species. Mary G. stopped by with a couple of birding clients and they were happy to twitch a lifer, Fulvous Whistling-Duck.
A male Redhead was new for the year list.
The American Wigeons were still hanging around.
A flash of orange flying across the water signaled another new species for the yard. But all I could get was this poor photo of the Altamira Oriole. I'm sure I'll get other chances to photograph one.
Osprey on the prowl.
And golden-slippered Snowy Egret flapping past.