The Palm Warbler was not something I was expecting today, but there it was.
Jim Burk first spotted it as we were driving along the picnic area near marsh trail. There were dozens of juncos, but a yellowish bird with them stood out.
My previous early date for Rondeau was 14 April 2002 and that was a of the hypochrysea type.
Fox Sparrows were singing throughout the park, but other than a couple of Chipping and Field Sparrows, there were few of that family.
Not really much else to report!
Blenheim Lagoons (sprinkler cells) had a few shorebirds including about 15 Pectoral Sandpipers, 5+ Dunlin and a Lesser Yellowlegs.
Two Horned Grebes were with the ducks, but no sign of an Eared yet.
Dozens of Bonaparte's Gulls to sort through.