Bona Dea was sunny and warmer but very windy today. No too many birds fluttering around. There were no Cormorants at Lake Dardanelle. I am beginning to miss them. On Swinging Bridge trail, I saw an American Crow. These are quite common around these parts but haven't been seen in the Park much this winter. But this bird was sitting on a limb in a tree that was beside Goose Pond. It looked as if it might be sick as it was ruffled and I did not spook it. They usually don't let you get that close. After a while it flew up higher in another close by tree. Another Crow flew by and that might have caused it to move. These birds are large in size and totally black with shiney shades of green and purple. They can be quite noisy at times. They will chase hawks away if one come close by their nests and most of the time when they just see one. The are quite intelligent birds and some in captivity have been trained to talk by humans. It was too windy to try to feed the fish and I did not stay at the park very long as I had to leave earlier than usual.