The usual seaducks were present in small numbers, plus the occasional horned and red-necked grebe, but not much else.
The highlight was a sub-adult peregrine which circled a couple of times over Dallas Road before heading off.
Checking the ducks in the park, there were at least 7 Eurasian wigeon present among the numerous American wigeon (6 males & 1 female, though probably more unidentified females) including the snoozing drake pictured. Last time I came through the park, the ponds had been drained and there were no wigeon of any kind to be found. I wonder where they all moved to? And how did they know to come back?