Despite nighttime temperatures in the thirties, and fogged in mornings, the sun continues to break through and give us signs of Spring. Yesterday was typical in that pattern, and after lunch when the sun came out, Jeanette and Buster and I went for a bird walk out to the Elkton Community Education Center. Jeanette is shown here spotting a CedarWaxwing in a tree. When I got home and checked, I found it to be the first Cedar Waxwing to be reported in Douglas County this year. This is early, eBird shows no past sighting in March, a few in April, and normal numbers in May.