At the bird and butterfly garden, I saw a ruby crowned kinglet, but couldn't get a photo. I also saw several dark-eyed juncos. Here's a photo of one of the males.
At the sod farm, I didn't see a whole lot, either. I saw about five hawks and several turkey vultures sitting in one area, which I thought was kinda strange. Two of the hawks flew off when I went to take a photo. I think they were a family of three or four juvenile red-tails and an adult. Here are three juveniles and a turkey vulture:
One flying off:
Here's one that looks like a dark morph, which is unusual for this area:
I saw at least two kestrels, one at the Bird and Butterfly Garden and one at the sod farm:
At 7th street, I didn't seem more than a few birds and a few ducks. It was low tide. I saw mostly killdeer and this long-billed curlew stayed close by. Here he is eating what I think might be a mussel:
Whenever the killdeer flew over, he stood very still and did not move for several minutes before feeding again:
Very still, watching:
I saw him also eat several fiddler and sand crabs. He was very thorough and I would bet he ate just about every crab and mussel he came across. None of those stood a chance with him.