Well, I did not see any Thrushes. There was quite a bit of bird activity, and lots of young birds begging food from their parents. These included Lesser Goldfinches, White-breasted Nuthatches, House Wrens, Orange-crowned Warblers, and Oak Titmice.
It seemed interesting to me that on one hand the Thrushes have not yet completed their migration and yet the local birds have already fledged. Nature can work in mysterious ways.
Some photos from today:
Black Phoebe - a youngster
California Thrasher - note growths on face and side
Distant view of a Lesser Goldfinch
After today the year's total still stands at 223.
Today I rode a total of 8.4 miles