Julie McCall reports:
In addition to the surprise of a male Eastern Bluebird Saturday morning, some other highlights at DeKorte today included Indigo Bunting (male and female all morning near the entrance to the park), a gorgeous male Blackburnian Warbler, a Brown Thrasher, and some flyover Common Loons early in the morning.
Double-crested Cormorants put on a good show with a swimming group of 50+ in the West Pool near the Marsh Discovery Trail, before breaking up into smaller groups throughout the park.
No luck with signs of a kite or a phalarope, but there were plenty of good birds to go around: 65+ species. (Thanks, Julie!)