Oh yes, mustn't omit this oddity, a partially albino house sparrow. This is the kind of subject I enjoy.
The first two savannah sparrows were at Sparrow Rock.
On the way out of the park I stopped at the Bowling Lawn. Two more savannah sparrows, one either a female, or an immature, or one that had been through a storm, -paler color, paler stripes, sort of ratty looking.
The blue winged warbler was up on the rock north of Tanner's Spring. It was high up in the trees, not really a photo situation.
Then I remembered that I had shot the same bird in 2008, much better situation. Everyone was running to see this warbler. I got caught up in the search. Should have waited for next time.
Nick Wagerik was on the path in Shakespeare Garden and pointed out a wasp that was skimming material off the wood that would be used in its nest. I forget what the stuff is called, something like celulite, but not celulite.