When the wildlife official, Janice Rhodes, is talking to Daniel Barrett she says they will perform an autopsy on the birds. Though autopsy can refer to animals, it is arguably more normal for the word necropsy to be used.
At the beginning of the movie, Lacy locks the sliding-glass door by
moving the lock switch up. The next morning Daniel locks the slider
by moving the lock switch up. Later Lacy locks the slider by moving
the lock switch down.
At the beginning of the scene in which Sammy's stomach bruises are discovered poolside, Karen and Shelly Jessop walk up to the pool. Shelly's sunglasses go from being worn over her eyes to being on top of her head from one shot to the next.
"A.C.E." is listed after cinematographer David Boyd's name in the opening credits. This stands for American Cinema Editors, of which he is not a member (he also isn't even a film editor). The correct letters to use would have been "A.S.C." for American Society of Cinematographers, of which he is a member.
While Lacy is on the phone after waking up from her blackout, and her boss calls her, while talking she looks at the phone to see the time, and the screen is what it should be when in a call on an iPhone. But then when the camera switches from her point of view to a third person perspective, she lifts the phone to her ear, and the charging battery icon can be seen briefly, along with the slider that shows on the lock screen, which wouldn't happen while on the phone.