This was the perfect day to be outdoors. Five people walked at Brunswick Landing with bright sunshine and a light breeze. Our bird of the day should have been the Brown Thrasher but he was not cooperative. We did have both a Broad-winged Hawk and a Red-shouldered Hawk fly relatively low over us so as to be seen at the same time (they were not together however) giving us wonderful looks. We could not find an Eastern Meadowlark on the airstrip. Here are the 39 birds seen of heard (H):

Double-crested Cormorant – seen over the Ando River driving in and out.
Turkey Vulture
Bald Eagle
Red-shouldered Hawk
Broad-winged Hawk
American Kestrel
Herring Gull
Rock Pigeon
Mourning Dove
Hairy Woodpecker – with one young
Eastern Wood-Pewee (H)
Empid Fylcatcher – seen and called but id uncertain, maybe Willow?
Eastern Phoebe
Blue-headed Vireo (H)
Red-eyed Vireo – 3 seen well, one young?
Blue Jay
American Crow
Common Raven – at nest, their nest?
Black-capped Chickadee
Brown Creeper
Eastern Bluebird – 3 maybe 4
Hermit Thrush – 2, both with food
American Robin
Gray Catbird
Brown Thrasher – seen quickly
European Starling
Cedar Waxwing
Black-throated Green Warbler
Pine Warbler – seen well
Black-and-white Warbler (H)
Ovenbird (H)
Common Yellowthroat
Chipping Sparrow – feeding young
Field Sparrow (H) – 2 or 3 on airstrip
Song Sparrow (H)
Scarlet Tanager (H)
Northern Cardinal
American Goldfinch

— Stan DeOrsey