Ray Duffy reports:
I was at Laurel Hill late Thursday afternoon. I had 2 American pipits and about 10 horned larks behind the Xchange. The birds were working the field where the new construction is taking place (basically if you were on that Cul De Sac road that heads towards the dirt mounds, if you looked towards the Train Station, the birds were feeding in the exposed lawn.
The ravens were still present. I listened for woodcocks (I had them 2/17 last year), but didn't hear anything. Probably too cold and with the snow, it maybe too early.
Thanks, Ray. Sorry for the lag time in posting.