Jackson Park was as slow today as I expected with northeast winds but I was surprised to find an immature LARK SPARROW southeast of Wooded Island right along the fence protecting the new plantings. The only other highlight for me was a couple immature RED-HEADED WOODPECKERS on the island. I had my FOY of this species for Jackson Park Tuesday (an adult). I only had 4 warbler species; missed a BLUE-WINGED WARBLER seen by the Audubon crew. Need that for the park this year, too!