I spent all morning hiking from the Gordon Hirabayashi Recreation Area down to Sycamore Reservoir and on down to upper Sabino Canyon today. There weren't a large number of birds, but there was surprising variety. Sycamore Creek was pretty much bone dry, but there was still flow over the dam, and several pools of water above the dam. I staked one of these out for about 30 minutes and was rewarded with a Slate-colored Fox Sparrow, Black-chinned Sparrow, a very pale reddish Song Sparrow, at least 3 Hermit Thrush, and 2 Spotted Towhees, among others. Also had 3 singleton Woodhouse's Scrub Jays -- one just over the hill from the parking lot, one at the Reservoir, and one just before the upper Sabino Canyon drainage. Plus a Golden Eagle and some Montezuma Quail. 42 species total -- list is on eBird.