The one picture I did take that came out half decent (because it was in shade!) was this picture of a honey bee getting nectar from some Milk Weed. A welcome sight indeed as I don't see too many honey bees anymore.
I spent about two hours there and then decided to head off onto the Northbridge Sewer beds. I realized that there probably wouldn't be any shorebirds there and that was okay with me as there are other types of habitat there that would make it worth the trip anyhow. There were no shorebirds but plenty of the usual suspects including about 15 Song Sparrows. The birds here were very camera shy and after a while I didn't even try and get pictures and just listened to them all instead.
My last stop was the pond behind Riverdale Mills. The last time I was there, they had drained the pond and I was hoping for the same as it may attract some shorebirds. Wouldn't you know the photo above is what I saw! The once dried up pond was filled with water.