Stump lake is one of my favorite birding locations for the dry weather birds here in BC as well as the different habitats in a very short distance. Not to mention, Klotz translates to stump, (or similar) in German. As I was heading around the south side of the lake I noticed a very big flock of Yellow-headed Blackbirds in a pullout. I wheeled around and headed back to find the ground covered in wheat. There were several birds making short order of the grain, including White-crowned Sparrow, Brewer's Blackbird, and European Starling. There must have been 50-65 male birds hovering around the area becoming braver every minute. Most of the Females must have been on nests as there was only half a dozen or so.