I walked around in the northeast corner of Moscow Saturday (3/8) morning - Good Sam village, Mountainview Park, etc. There was a nice flock of EVENING GROSBEAKS (~25) near the end of D Street and a singing Western Meadowlark. The large flock of waterfowl (sans swans) was still present in fields just to the north. Mostly Canada Geese (~200) and Mallards (~400) but also a few A. WIGEON and an adult BALD EAGLE buzzed the field. Later in the day a BALD EAGLE flew over my Moscow house (2nd yard record).
On Sunday (3/9) there were 2 RING-BILLED GULLS resting in the rain in the Mountainview Rd. fields and a N. PINTAIL mixed in with the waterfowl. Not much else around the Mountainview-Foothill-Lewis-US95 loop north of Moscow. The sometimes large seasonal pond on the east side US 95 north of Estes Rd ("Loch 95") is too small to hold any waterfowl at this time unfortunately.