I've managed to go the entire month so far and find no year birds at Tiscornia, quite possibly an unprecedented feat. Last year during September (despite having an appendectomy) I saw 10 birds that would have been year birds this year. Ah well.
Passerines will drop out onto the pier at times giving much closer looks than they typically do in the woods. I've seen Grasshopper sparrow, sedge and marsh wren, several warblers and other sparrows, and who knows what all else that was un-ID'd. This BT Green is un-cropped, just about my only photo in the sequence that doesn't chop off the tail.
Tim noticed a pipit a couple feet away earlier in the morning, almost certainly my best pic of one even if it is backlit.
The friendly neighborhood Merlin was attentive to the buffet line too. It (or maybe a couple) have been hanging out for most of the week.