Under sunlit skies, the birding group was out bright and early (the early bird catches the worm, don'tcha know!) to wander the Cumberland's Coal Creek trail, checking out birdlife in the Cumberland Marsh area. The day was perfect for the excursion and with no breezes, we were able to enjoy all the mirror-reflections in the marsh waters. The Yellow-rumped Warbler was bird-of-the-day, flitting through the tree branches; their beauty was much appreciated. A highlight was sighting a Wood Duck pair as we were returning to the trailhead. In all, we identified Crows, a Bald Eagle, Turkey Vultures, Red-winged Blackbirds, a Rufous Hummingbird, Golden-crowned Sparrows, Song Sparrows, Yellow-rumped Warblers, American Robins, Dark-eyed Juncos, a Hooded Merganser female, Violet-green Swallows, Mallards and a Ruby-crowned Kinglet. For sure, we heard Woodpeckers while various other bird calls were noted without determining their source (darn it!).