The second represents my count conducted only 30 minutes after I'd come inside from the first watch...http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S11621797
From 6 to 1030... Here are a few photos I got of some of the lower birds.
I like this one because you can see one of the higher flight line birds in the same frame.
A portion of one of the last kettles of the day.
5 of the 6 GREGs that went over, a salvage yardbird for 2012 (#84).
The SSHAs were also another yardbird (#83).
The BWHA total represents the largest total for the species I've ever seen in the midwest (by a huge margin...250 my previous single site high count in eBird). It is only slightly behind my life high count of 1200 from Bentsen State Park in the LRGV of Texas.