Grasshopper Sparrow and Yellow-billed Cuckoo carcasses still evident.
Found this Dark-eyed Junco outside the northwest corner window of Ag Hall this morning. That window has produced multiple juncos, cedar waxwings, Swainson’s trush, and an orange-crowned warbler. It’s a good example of how a single window on a building without a large amount of plate glass can be problematic. I concentrate my efforts on the big, glassy Noble Research Center, but I doubt if Ag Hall is all that much behind in the “dead bird” race.