I birded Whiskey Springs this morning. David Vick had the 7-9 shift and I had the 9-11:30 shift. He can add what he saw. I know from his comments that there was definitely a turnover of birds. Things were very active till 9:30am, then they slowed a bit. Things went from "frenetic" to "active." Long about 11, things slowed. Bird activity was constant until then.
The "highlight" depending on one's viewpoint was a large male Black Bear that came through at about 10:45. He was, I would guess, 300+ pounds and had brown fur. He came from the road and was crashing through the branches and went between the large firs and the Ponderosa Pine up towards the spring. He paused, wondering (I assume) whether it was safe to go to the spring. I made some noise and Athena barked 4 or 5 times and the bear continued up the slope. That definitely got the adrenaline pumping. He wasn't aggressive (typical of Black Bears) and seemed equally distressed by our appearance as we were of his. Just a cautionary note if you go up there, if you see one, talk loudly and let them know you are around.