Birds outnumbered the bird watchers during the fall Bird Walk in October under the knowledgeable direction of David Willard of the Chicago Audubon Society.
“A beautiful morning,” David said, “although not our best for variety.”
Watchers spotted American robins by the dozens among 23 separate species in Indian Boundary Park. Less common birds that were spotted: the Chimney Swift, chickadees and nuthatches, two species of Kinglets -- golden-crowned and ruby-crowned -- and several Yellow-Rumped Warblers.
Bird watchers will enjoy their next foray in spring at Indian Boundary.