Last year my best Marsh Marigold pics came on April 28, a mere 5 weeks later in the year.
SE winds will bring passerines and their ilk moving back south at Tiscornia in the morning, presumably corrective movements. Right now the flight is dominated by robins, grackles, cowbirds, and RW blackbirds. Flickers are the main eye candy. I haven't yet connected with a big ticket item (see Tim's picaso for Smiths Longspurs on a day I was working).
It feels odd to see GC Kinglets in 70-80 degree temps. It wasn't arguing with the bug selection however.
Here's a White-fronted Goose at 3 Oaks. The incredible amount of S and SW winds at the beginning of the month usually would have brought a lot more of these and Ross's Geese, but I guess they all went to Allegan or wherever it was.
Finally just a shot of a Herring Gull