First up being seen was the regional specialty of Black-Backed Woodpecker. We had a female that showed well, although from about 40-50 yards. Later along the southern path toward Bloomingdale Bog I had a male Black-Backed. Here's an image of a male
Quite a while later we had a flock of Chickadees come through and Andy was able to hear a Boreal Chickadee's call within the flock. We all then strained but were able to locate a handful of these cousins to the more common Black-Capped Chickadee. Here is a Boreal Chickadee image:
Here's Andy feeding an adult Gray Jay form his hand !
And here is a juvenile Gray Jay awaiting it's turn: