I returned to the golf course today with Connor and Rowan. I hoped that the American Pipits and Horned Larks might stick around for another day, but in a walk around the course I did not see any. The only bird I found out in the open areas was a Savannah Sparrow, though I did hear several Song Sparrows, a couple of Northern Flickers and a number of other birds utilizing the trees and shrubs around the edges.
While I walked the last half of the course looking for birds, Connor and Rowan checked around the edges of the pond looking for frogs. I had recently heard a report that there were frogs singing at the course last spring, and just last week, one was found (I’ll post more on that later). No frogs were found on this day, however.