I had just a little while to walk around the pond today between appointments. Almost as soon as I got to the pond I saw a Cooper's hawk circling above, it looked injured. It was flapping a lot more than usual, and its soaring time was quite a bit shorter than usual. One wing looked wrong, like it had a notch taken out of it. Some sort of tussle I guess. It stayed near me for a long time, long enough for me to think I could get a picture. But as soon as I got the camera out, of course it left. :-)
I also saw a red-breasted nuthatch and a tufted titmouse. And some sort of sparrow, I think a song sparrow.
I felt good about this walk, several birds, including 2 species of hawks! I hope it keeps up, I think I'll see much more this winter than last winter. :-)