When we checked in at the Ranger Station we picked up a map of the park and asked the ranger where she suggested we go to see some birds. She smiled and said, "Anywhere." So after a quick drive through the park to get a feel for the layout we hit a trailhead.
Being winter there wasn't much color. The grasses had gone to seed and the leaves had fallen from the trees.
And the Ranger was right. There were birds everywhere if you looked closely.
Yet another park that I bet is packed in the summer months.
The day was late and my lens began to struggle to get enough light for a good shot, but I did find this guy in a patch of setting sun. He's a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker and quite the cutie.