There's a lot of brown birds around in various shades. Here's a White-fronted Goose from a week or so ago. It was my 200th (or maybe 201st) bird for Royalton Twp. I keep forgetting it's not March; it still felt like I should be looking for Ross's and cacklers up until a couple days ago.
There's a lot of common birds I admittedly don't look that close at. This Horned Lark was sitting along the curb at Tiscornia, I'd forgotten how much warm rustiness they have in the spring.
Similarly, I stopped for a coyote in the south county as it was close.
I immediately heard a cacophony of blackbird sounds from the woodlot next to some corn stubble. A large proportion of them are Rusties.
And last, a Louisiana Waterthrush we had at Warren Woods sometime last week too.