I met up with Suzette this morning and walked through the lower and upper gardens. After she left I went back to the lower garden to see what else I could find there. I located the Red-eyed Vireo she had found, and a little while later an Indigo Bunting decided to show itself. The most interesting bird was a good candidate for a Clay-colored Sparrow: dark moustachial and malar stripes, tan wash over the breast. What was missing was a clear pale crown stripe. But perhaps they can hide that. Maybe I'll get a better look tomorrow morning.