|Cooper’s Hawk Accipiter cooperii|
|Blue-headed Vireo Vireo solitarius|
The old woods in the southwest yielded an active group of at least a dozen Yellow-rumped Warblers using a variety of cheeky off-brand foraging techniques lifted from Brown Creepers and flycatchers. A Blue-headed Vireo was also spotted in these woods.
The streams in the park were completely sterile of flora and fauna...makes you wonder where that water is coming from. Overall, seems like it would be a decent spot for warblers in May.