There was a 2 and a half inch fowler's toad sitting right next to an american toad. The fowler's toad is on the the right in the photo with both.
This area had a abundant wild baby toads along the shore that were only about a centimeter long. I saw at least twenty of them. I'm pretty sure they were american toads because they were reddish and how small they were at this time of year.
There was a wild five-lined skink basking on the rocks. It was about 4 inches long.
There was a mid-sized colony of barn swallows nesting under this pier. I saw at least 30 individuals there were probably more.
There were about thirty wild tree swallows using the nest boxes near the visitors center.