This morning I again went to Central Winds Park before work, and I had a pretty good morning. I saw several Black-bellied Whistling Ducks flying over Lake Jessup, the first I've ever seen in Seminole County. A Limpkin also walked by as I was by the lake shore. A Carolina Wren was out on a tree limb singing away, and I decided it might be fun to capture it as a silhouette. The Northern Parula continue to be willing to come low enough for photographs, and I saw several American Redstarts there as well. My best find was a male Cape May Warbler, which I found as I began to walk back to my car. And as I made it back to the car, it was kind of fun to see a Blue Jay harassing a Red-shouldered Hawk.