I visited the Rangeland Road area this morning (2-10-21), with the following results:
Bald Eagles: 1 on the nest, and what appeared to be a subadult in the distant leafless tree farther south along the ridgeline.
Ferruginous Hawks: 5; 4 east of Rangeland Road and 1 west of it. This is most I’d ever seen at one stop along Rangeland.
Mountain bluebird: None along Rangeland Road, but two females along Highland Valley Rd. not far after it turns to the left.
Also: a flock of Lark Sparrows and 3 Rock Wrens, all seen in or beside the parking lot at the County Park trailhead area.
And way too many Starlings.