Sure, the Great Horned Owl chick is already quite large. The Anna's Hummingbirds are working on their second batch of young, the Canada Geese and the Bald Eagles are incubating their eggs.
Three years ago I photographed a Killdeer on a nest only a few hundred feet away, here in Forest Grove, Oregon. But that was late April. But it is only March 23rd, surely the Killdeer feigning the injury to draw me away isn't nesting already, is it?
Killdeer would seem to choose very poor nest locations: the center of a gravel road, the bark-dusted landscaping in the middle of a shopping mall parking lot. Yet, the numbers and wide range of Killdeer would indicate their success. It helps that they lay large eggs and have precocious young--the chicks leave the nest the day they hatch and seek better protected locations under the care of their parents.
Yep, there it is. Amazing!