Citrus County Audubon’s Pepper Creek Birdwalk finale was conducted on the Ides of April 2023 at Homosassa Wildlife State Park, with Elaine Roche and Bob Ross leading. Only three other birders participated (more commonly a dozen), but the five of us had a great time along the trail. A few new seasonal neotropical migrants were added to the list of monthly recorded winter residents, including Swallow-tailed Kite, Great-crested Flycatcher, Red-eyed Vireo, Nashville Warbler, and N. Parula (warbler). In all 24 species were recorded. Photos of the Great-crested Flycatcher and N. Parula were obtained by Bob (see photos here), with these and more found in the eBird report submitted by Elaine. A beautiful photo was obtained and submitted of a male Wood Duck near its wooden nest box (see photo and eBird). In addition the group was rewarded by a river otter crossing the trail (see photo here). Thanks to Elaine and Joyce Lewis for their loyal participation and leadership every winter at Pepper Creek. Many community birders (with varying degrees of experience) are enriched by these organized monthly birdwalks at Homosassa State Park.