Though I was planning to spend the whole day in Tucson, I decided to just make a morning of it, spending a few hours at Sweetwater Wetlands before making the trek to Oakland later in the day.
Verdin were much more common at the wetlands than anywhere else I had visited, giving me great looks at these yellow-headed bushtit-types.
Cinnamon Teal are always lookers.
One of about 4,000 Northern Shovelers.
There were a good number of Sora calling from the cattails, and I was lucky enough to have this tame one walk along the trail next to me for a bit.
My first Orange-crowned Warbler of the year.
American Coot, look at those lobed toes!
First Black-and-white Warbler of the year
A somewhat out of place Solitary Sandpiper