The whole time while above that first bridge, there are four osprey circling. But, the dominant birdsong is from marsh wrens. The cattails are waist high everywhere. There is enough material for nesting and so the males are advertising. I spot one nest, still in construction and not quite the round ball of woven cattails and grasses that it will be.
|wren nest in construction|
|the well dressed willet|
Common terns start showing up to fish, splashing headlong with fair frequency.
|the two adult osprey are feeding a fledgling whose head can be seen in between them|