I forgot to mention that towards the end of my stay yesterday at Whiskey Springs, a bunch of butterflies started showing up. First a few, then hundreds. Jim Anderson identified them as California Tortoiseshells (if it doesn't have feathers, I don't have a clue what it is). On my way down the hill the numbers kept increasing. By the time I reached the paved road they were so thick I had to slow to 25 miles an hour to avoid a butterfly massacre. There were tens of thousands of them over the next couple of miles. I have never seen a butterfly migration like this before. It was quite impressive!