I finally met the great Brian Zwiebel, one of Midwest's finest bird photographers, a few moments later.
We had nice looks at a pair of Carolina Wrens that were foraging on the ground and on at the base of the trees, but I was at poor angles most of the time. No keepers.
It was great running into Mary Tremblay and chatting w/ her and her friends from Florida.
Overhead a Common Nighthawk was roosting in the tree over the parking lot. Charles had watched it fly into roost early this morning. I was going to walk back to the car for the scope so that I'd could digiscope it, but the morning was getting late. Instead, I plodded along the parking lot looking for warblers.
I'm hoping to get down here one last time during the week before the trees leaf out and the birds move on.