Amanda and I made an afternoon trip over to the Honey Lake Wildlife Area in order to get a peak at some birds we will likely not encounter for most of the summer, as it is sage brush country. Western Meadowlarks were everywhere and the small ponds we found were full of very skittish ducks.
My first (150 or so) White-faced Ibises
Killdeer were kicking around all over the place, nervously bobbing all the way
Loggerhead Shrike, thankfully a safe distance from my hands