The fields have dried up, so there were no water birds, just killdeer and lots of swallows (tree and barn). They were just having a look at the Virginia Rail as I joined the group, and I did hear the American Bittern pumping (back near the parking lot). As we were leaving, we saw three White-Crowned Sparrows, a life bird, and I was able to get a photo! We also had a quick look at a Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher near the parking lot and some heard a Rose-Breasted Grosbeak and a Scarlet Tanager, but I didn't see either or recognize their calls.
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From here, we moved on to Pine Hills where we saw a Vesper Sparrow, a Field Sparrow, an American Woodcock peenting and displaying (repeatedly), a Common Nighthawk (flying overhead) and we enjoyed the calls of several Eastern Whip-Poor-Wills (my first ever even hearing these birds) and an Eastern Towhee. By this time it was almost 9PM and getting dark. The moon was just a sliver and a couple planets were visible. A pretty night!