These notes are from the compiler, Pat McCasland.
One of the RED-BREASTED NUTHATCH had been in our backyard elm tree from time to time for about 3 weeks. The others were at the Eunice Cemetery as was the HERMIT THRUSH.
The AMERICAN ROBINS were seen in the City of Eunice.
The NORTHERN WATERTHRUSH were working the shore of the Eunice Lake, the distinct eye line and breast markings distinquished them from American Pipit. I was able to observe the unconcerned birds from about 20 feet with binoculars. My wife Linda also observed the birds. We both commented that it was unusual that they were still around.