While I did not actually see any Red-necks this morning, I could hear them from a distance (on buzzing dirt bikes before I arrived), but they (2 I think) had vanished by the time I arrived just like those pesky Ivory-billed Woodpeckers down south. I have some photographic evidence (and better than Cornell's) below......
Carefully review the contents of the above fire, yes it was still smoldering, for Red-neck evidence:
#1.) A tire ... for a long lasting fire ...helps keep the bugs away.
#2.) That propane cylider to right of center...what more can I say.
#3.) Empty beer bottles (nearly always domestic varieties)...and a "forty" to boot.
#4.) Apparently newspaper is too flamable and dangerous to burn...that stuff could be leathal.
The sad part for the Belted Kingfisher that took the time excavate a nest hole (below) at this location is the dirt bikers used the wall of the sand bank as a"banked corner" coming just a few feet from the nest hole opening. Obviously this bird had to move on.
Later I did find an active Kingfisher nest in another sand pit, that did not appear to be used as a "rec" area.