I found at least 8-10 White-winged Crossbills mixed with a flock of 40+ Red Crossbills this morning. They were spread out on several trees at any one time and were quite difficult to accurately count. Birds were relatively quiet in the constant light rain and mist. I found the flock along Burma Road due west of Battery Russell. They were feeding on spruce cones mostly, but also alder. They were chattering quietly almost constantly while I watched. Ebird checklist with a few photos and decent audio of what I've heard referred to as their "trumpet" call below:
I also looked and listened unsuccessfully for the Brownsmead waterthrush in the afternoon. Conditions were less than ideal, so doesn't mean it's not still there. I did see 3 eurasian wigeons and 50-100 tree swallows in the area.