> The water level at DCWMA this morning was approaching normal level and the action was, well, dead.
> With the sun behind my back, the rising water reflected muted, changing colors. But turn the other
> way and it looked like a toxic waste site: horrid shades of green to chartreuse with some red mixed
> in. DAR State Park was much more active but with no migrants. However, there was a flock of 24
> juv. waxwings, one of whom had a deep orange tail band. His mother must have fed him lovely red
> berries. Unusual behavior was a flicker trying to balance at the end of a wispy branch to grab a
> few unidentified blue berries.