The walk was attended by 8 participants and yielded 20 species. The clouds never cleared and it stayed cool and windy, which kept birds low. The raptors held the day - a pair of Eagles, adult and immature, a Cooper's Hawk perched on a bush hoping to extract the hidden birds, and a Sharp-shinned Hawk swooping over us. A flock of Yellow-rumped Warblers hugged Windsor Dam's facade along with Juncos. Sparrows were sparse with only Savannah and White-throated.
Windsor Park held both Ruby-crowned and Golden-crowned Kinglets, a Creeper, and a Downy.
At gate 52, a cooperative Swainson's Thrush and 2 pairs of Horned Grebes ended another fine autumn birding trip.