Other birds that we heard were the loud Pileated Woodpecker, a few Red-bellied Woodpeckers and a Red-shouldered Hawk calling.
Until the sun got shining there were few warblers other than some Yellow-rumped Warblers chipping. When we got to the sunny side of the lake things started to jump. In the trees that is. Soon we found more Yellow-rumps, Chickadees, Titmice, Ruby-crowned Kinglets, E. Phoebes, Blue-gray Gnatcatchers, and a Downy Woodpecker. We found a White-eyed Vireo and a secretive Blue-headed Vireo that one member got a photo of.
While looking over the lake we saw Common Gallinules, White Ibis, a Little Blue Heron, P.B. Grebes, and a Belted Kingfisher. In the sky there were Vultures flying.
A short trip through the woods to the open field and we watched 10 or more E. Bluebirds mob a Kestrel that landed in the tree near them.
In total we logged 33 species and had a fun time doing it.