At the peak in Greenwood Park is a small clearing in the woods, near the horseshoe shape of the quarry. It is protected and has a sliver view of the city. Here one can sit on mossy exposed rock and listen to the birds. You will find the regulars here; the chestnut-backed chickadee, the black-capped chickadee, the red-breasted nuthatch, the silent brown creeper, the whispering golden crowned kinglets, a steller's jay breaking the peace and a raven circling far overhead making soft gulping noises.