Day two. We got to the bridges and viewed a flock of Rusty Blackbirds. The tram rumbled out from the visitor center. We had one more to join, making 10 members from CCAS on the tram. A cancellation afforded our 10 member a seat. We were going out where no vehicle is allowed along the tops of the ponds and dikes. The sightings were remarkable. I got a view of a life bird, the Eared Grebe. We traversed the back ponds and Tom Gulley got this photo of these magnificent Bald Eagles and the beautifully reflected American Avocet. He also took the group photo at the Headquarters Pond where we saw the Yellow-crowned Night Heron along with about 30 Black-crowned Night Herons.