My visit to the Sheldon Lake nature center wasn't very productive. So after 30 minutes there I went back to Carpenter's Bayou (on the north side of Garrett Road).
I was worried that most of the birds might have moved on, but they hadn't. There were dozens of Great Egrets and at least ten Great Blue Herons.
There were several White Ibis grazing in the shallow water.
There were Little Blue and Tricolored Herons also.
However, the Spoonbills disappeared when I approached the side of the bridge.
My final birds at the bayou were some Black-bellied Whistling Ducks that flew overhead, whistling loudly as they went.