Six people showed up for a blustery walk through Washington Oaks Gardens State Park. It was cold and windy by the river, but not so bad in the gardens and road area. The birds were pretty much tucked in against the cold wind, and only showed themselves for the briefest of moments. Most of the time we could not get an eyeball on them, let alone binoculars.
On the way out, we wanted to see the beachside of the park but it was still closed from the hurricane Matthew damage. The entire place apparently was unstable and unsafe. So we stopped further south on AIA to look for shorebirds. Not much there, but interesting photos of the hurricane damage near the road.