A chuck-will's-widow was on display quite out in the open at Green Cay Wetlands yesterday, Sunday, Feb 10th. I had heard someone having reported seeing it near the front entrance feeders on Saturday, but didn't see it, so I looked around the area including from the parking lot circle to the east (to the left when exiting), and found him. He was sitting in a tree about 80-100 feet from the entrance sidewalk, just about 25 feet from the road, on an inner branch of the tree but in a clearing making him very visible. He spent most of the time napping, sitting upright with his head canted up, so his bill was up high. He was there for the entire 3-4 hours I was at the park, as I saw him when I first got there and when I left.
I know it's not a 'rarity' but it's a difficult bird to find and photograph, so hopefully this one may stick around a while. I should have some images downloaded by tonight.