Today started out well. During the first hour and a half I counted 34 Common Loons and 187 Redhead and other Aythya sp. There were also many American Pipits and Yellow-rumped Warblers flying in off the lake. The most unusual was a Pileated Woodpecker that also flew in off the lake. This is a species that I never thought of as a bird that would fly long distances over water, but I guess they do.
The second hour and a half was much slower and continued to get slower as the morning went on. Here is a breakdown of what was counted followed by a few photos.