As small as the park is, it manages to provide a lot of pleasant opportunities to walk around. There's only a fairly small amount of actual mature forest, but the trails loop through it to use it to best advantage, and there's a lot of land that was clear a few decades ago that is being allowed to turn into forest again, which I find quite pleasant, if not as awesome as mature forest.
Today, when I got out of my car I was greeted by a northern (formerly known as Baltimore) oriole. I saw lots of birds, and even identified a few, including lots of palm warblers, a yellowthroat, chipping, white-crowned, and white-throated sparrows, goldfinches, a red-tailed hawk, and a pair of eastern kingbirds. A high point of the my 4+ hours was watching several pairs of geese, each of which had a bunch of very cute fuzzy goslings. As I got back to my car and got ready to leave, there were two orioles in the tree by my car.
Oh, and I took 147 pictures, ~360MB, which are oozing onto my hard drive from the flash card while I write this. If I had my new computer, *grumble*, I would have a much more pleasant task ahead to try to make some quick notes about what the pictures are while it's still fresh in my mind.