"you can't see me"
I got a late start and made it to the park by 9 am. Lots of the usual suspects calling. I made my way down to the lake and I hadn't taken 100 steps before I found two American Bitterns for Year Bird 333. I continued down the path and found a total of 4 Bitterns in about a quarter mile.
It was early and I decided to see if there was any action at Quintana Neotropical Bird Sanctuary on the coast.
When I got there almost right away I saw a Black-and-white Warbler at the front drip, a very good sign. I made my way around and had a couple of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds chased each other. A Waterthrush zipped by but I couldn't ID it to species.
As I was leaving the sanctuary a Northern Parula popped up to add to the migrants, its starting to feel like spring has sprung.
I decided to check out the beach and jetty, that potential Purple Sandpiper isn't going to find itself. Since it was spring break I was a little afraid of what I would find but the cool temperatures must have kept most away.