The bird seemed like it grew to be tame in the last month since I first saw it, there was even a couple walking their dogs by this bird and it didn't care! But before long the thrasher flew down into some very thick brush on the side of the trail and remained in the darkness for the rest of the time we were there. We then started walking towards the "Fishing Pond" where the scaup sp. had been seen. On our way there we saw a couple of beautiful teal.
After observing what some were calling a Greater Scaup, which ended up just being the "Average Joe" Lesser Scaup, we set our eyes on a more confusing sight, a Canada Goose viciously attacking one of the Swan Geese.
We ended the morning with 56 species of bird and some nice highlights. Thanks Mr. Paul for the awesome morning of birding, and congrats on the lifer BRTH!