Bona Dea was cloudy until late afternoon. The water ponds were full due to the recent rain. The spillway was running well and Prarie Creek was high below the spillway. The Great Blue Heron was at the spillway and few off when I arrived on the scene. He had markings all over showing he was there when the spillway was full and he was looking for a fish to eat. He flew over to his perch across Waldon Pond. See photo. I have never seen so many Turkey Vulchers roosting and flying over their roosting spot. Well over 100. See photo. Very many Mallard ducks were flying high overhead and then land in their overnight spot on Black Water Swamp. A few big Gulls were flying over going toward Lake Dardanelle. Tried to feed the fish but did not see any take any food. Water was too cold. Some kids on bikes came down the trail and decided the spillway was too full for them to cross.