I parked at
Moodie Drive and took the Watts Creek bicycle path. A lot fewer bikes at this time of day. Right at the beginning I heard birds and pished in an American Redstart male. I played Tony's tape call, and got him to pose for a few photos. A Blue Jay also showed some interest.
A little further along, by an apple tree, there was more activity. I got glimpses of a female American Redstart, so I played the tape. A male Yellow Warbler popped in for a look, and after I shut off, a Black and White Warbler showed up.
Once again, Virginia Rails responded, at least two of them. After a bit, I played the Virginia Rail call. They came in really close, but refused to show. Suddenly, a bird flew across in my peripheral vision - probably a Sora.
I went back the same way I had come, exploring the side trail for a bit, but turning back. Another Yellow Warbler, a female, was at the trail junction. Back on the bike path, there was much less activity, although I did see a Cedar Waxwing.