This morning we made a concentrated effort to do some birding here at the park. Full gear --- binoculars, spotting scope, and bird guide books. We heard American Crows the minute we stepped out our door, but in the end, it was kind of slim pickin’s with only 11 birds for two hours of birding. The most numerous where Western Scrub Jays, followed by Black Phoebes as the one shown here catching insects in the eves of the old King City Train Depot. Next in numbers were Audubon’s Warblers, and a covey of California Quail. My favorite photo of the day was the Nuttall’s Woodpecker.