All made star appearances late Monday afternoon. The Dicksissel and Harris's Sparrow were at the seed station in the side yard of the old house on Boquist Road. The Dicksissel was particularly cooperative in providing good looks. The Cattle Egret (I only saw one, but the other might have been in a hollow) was with about 18 Great Egrets in a field a couple blocks north on Squeedunk Road, on the east side of the road. Backup appearances at the bridge seed site by a feisty group of Swamp, Lincoln's and Savannah sparrows and a curious Marsh Wren.