Left a day early for a yearly "golf" weekend and hit a couple spots on the Lake. I started at Pomin Park where the Coast Guard station is on the west shore (Placer County) and had a few decent birds between there and the park just north at the end of Bristlecone.
No sign of the previous day's black and white warbler though there was a lot of activity in the park.
LAZULI BUNTING 1 juv male
At the park just north of Pomin and the Coast Guard station there was quite a bit of activity. Several waves of birds came through the trees during my ~4 hr stay.
SANDERLING 1 juv out at the point in the rocks
MARBLED GODWIT 1 roosting at the point
SABINE'S GULL 1 juv feeding approx 300 yds off the point with a Sterna tern that will remain unidentified
Phalarope sp. 2 flying around and sitting several hundred yds offshore (likely Red-necked Phalarope)
FORSTER'S TERN 1 at the point
VESPER SPARROW 1 in the grasses at the point
YELLOW-HEADED BLACKBIRD 1 imm male in the grasses at the point
BLUE-GRAY GNATCATCHER 1 in the trees at the point
MARSH WREN in the grasses
Lots of ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLERS
El Dorado County:
WHIMBREL 2 juv
MARBLED GODWIT 1
BREWER'S SPARROW several
Lots of YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLERS
RED-NECKED PHALAROPE 4 in the outlet of the river allowing close approach