After doing my backyard and covering the common area and edge of woods behind my townhouse and the adjoining two rows of townhouses for the GBBC , I took my cat for her usual 4:30 to early 5 :00 P.M. ish leashed walk and flushed the Golden Crowned Kinglet pair that has been living in the bushes and trees and vines in the evenings since late October so I was able to add them to my count data as I had not recorded it yet. The only time I ever see the Kinglet pair is when I take my cat for her evening leashed walk and we walk by the 10 foot long area of small trees and a downed tree covered with vines . My townhouse backs up to a thickly wooded creek corridor 3/4 of a mile wide and about 3 miles long . I recorded my data when we came in from the walk. After I entered my data and looked at the Richmond data , I noticed that none of the famous visiting the James River in Richmond for the winter from the far north lands Bufflehead had not been recorded. So I made a quick birding from the car trip to Pony Pasture At the police and night fisherman parking spot just above Pony Pasture , I parked and stepped out of my car and scanned the muddy, slightly high , brown waters of the river at 5:30 to 5:45 P.M . There were 4 Bufflehead in the middle of the river and a group of 15 in an area of calm water on the North bank of the River. Sincerely, Tyler Turpin Totals for Pony Pasture were 19 Bufflehead 8 Mallards 4 Double Crested Cormorants 1 Ring Billed Gull 1 Eastern Blue Bird You are subscribed to VA-Richmond-General. To unsubscribe, send email to va-richmond-general-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field. To adjust other settings (vacation, digest, etc.) please visit, //www.freelists.org/list/va-richmond-general.