Any given time you will see Sandhill Cranes and Canada Geese grazing in the fields. There are Cliff and Tree Swallows flying low over the ponds and grasses gathering insects. The Robins are quite plentiful gathering insects also. There are White-Crowned Sparrows, Yellow Warblers, Townsend's Warblers, and several species of Thrush and I have difficulty with their songs. Currently the little birds are nesting and they are hard to see...well except for the swallows and you can see the Cliffies on the side of the barn and Tree's are in the boxes in the fields. You only see the others when they deem it prudent to let you.
Cliffie sitting patiently on eggs
Two areas Wetlands to the left and Boreal forest to the right
Creamer's from the front
The small pond out front with mostly immature Sandhill Cranes. Lots of swallows flying over the water for skeeters.