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28 May: @ 23:47:46 
Magnificent Frigatebird at Buena Vista Lagoon 5/28 [James Pawlicki jmpawli10@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
28 May: @ 10:43:57 
White-eyed Vireo continues [lruby1 lruby1@san.rr.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
27 May: @ 12:09:25 
AMGP continues [Kerry Ross kgr.falco@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
27 May: @ 09:55:07 
Re: White-eyed Vireo [Charles Jackson socalbirder8@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
27 May: @ 09:41:22 
White-eyed Vireo [Charles Jackson socalbirder8@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
27 May: @ 07:59:20 
Birders needed! San Dieguito Monthly Bird Count- Sunday, June 4th [Jayne Lesley jaynelesley@earthlink.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
26 May: @ 18:26:30 
American Redstart - Solana Beach [David Trissel dtrisse1@san.rr.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
26 May: @ 16:47:48 
White-eyed Vireo Pics [eric@trs-sandiego.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
26 May: @ 16:12:34 
Re: White-eyed Vireo continues [Susan Smith seiurus@aol.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
26 May: @ 15:11:49 
Basic-plumaged but no adult American Golden Plover this morning [Stan Walens stan.walens@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
26 May: @ 13:26:40 
White-eyed Vireo continues [birder.rma@sbcglobal.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
25 May: @ 20:46:00 
American Golden-Plovers ['Guy McCaskie' guymcc@pacbell.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
25 May: @ 12:57:11 
Cook's Petrel [Paula Theobald paulatheo@cox.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
24 May: @ 23:23:46 
American Golden-plover [Charles Jackson socalbirder8@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
24 May: @ 18:36:15 
Spotting scope suggestions [tskartsiaris@doughertymarkets.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
24 May: @ 18:36:10 
Red breasted merg and Wilson's warbler at Penasquitos Lagoon [Stephen Perry s-perry@sbcglobal.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
24 May: @ 18:36:07 
BVAS Program Tonight--Eastern Sierra Birding with Steve Brad ['akamauro .' akamauro1@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
24 May: @ 18:35:59 
Oceanside Black Skimmers [goldenslippersbirding@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
24 May: @ 00:22:14 
White-eyed Vireo photo from Sunday (5/21) ['Alex R. Abela' thebuzz90@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
23 May: @ 19:51:28 
Red-eyed vireo confirmed in photos [Nicole Desnoyers njdesnoyers@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
23 May: @ 17:42:53 
Point Loma N. Parula [Brennan Mulrooney frozentoze@hotmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
23 May: @ 15:01:33 
Possible red-eyed vireo PLNU [Nicole Desnoyers njdesnoyers@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
23 May: @ 08:35:56 
Both American golden plovers continue [Paul Lehman lehman.paul@verizon.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
22 May: @ 20:12:43 
American golden plover [Nicole Desnoyers njdesnoyers@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
22 May: @ 19:02:46 
San Diego 21 May pelagic trip results [Paul Lehman lehman.paul@verizon.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
22 May: @ 14:41:56 
Cook's Petrel Photos (5/21/17) [Jimmy McMorran bigshell53@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
22 May: @ 10:39:44 
TWO American golden plovers at Salt works [Paul Lehman lehman.paul@verizon.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
22 May: @ 09:18:52 
White-eyed Vireo [Charles Jackson socalbirder8@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
21 May: @ 22:20:58 
W-e Vireo and other miscellanea--and a Cook's Petrel teaser! [Paul Lehman lehman.paul@verizon.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
21 May: @ 18:56:13 
Re: White-eyed Vireo Sillvergate neighborhood, Point Loma, May 21 [Max Leibowitz leibowitzmax@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
21 May: @ 15:40:39 
White-eyed Vireo Sillvergate neighborhood, Point Loma, May 21 [Susan Smith seiurus@aol.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
21 May: @ 15:07:56 
White eyed Vireo reported in Pt. Loma [Mark Stratton zostropz@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
20 May: @ 12:37:02 
Townsend's Solitaire FRNC [David Trissel dtrisse1@san.rr.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
20 May: @ 10:44:01 
Costa's Hummingbird caught in spider web ['David Povey' dpovey@nethere.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
19 May: @ 20:51:53 
Rose Canyon Bell's Vireo [Jim Roberts jroberts@scripps.edu [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
19 May: @ 10:15:02 
Re: Sunday BVAS/Grande pelagic ['David Povey' dpovey@nethere.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
19 May: @ 00:37:40 
2017-05-17 Nesting Season At The South Bay Saltworks [Jack Daynes jackdaynes@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
18 May: @ 22:35:48 
Re: Common Loon at Agua Hedionda Lagoon [Hulls_Angel@hotmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
18 May: @ 21:28:34 
Red breasted grosbeak La Jolla [Ethna Piazza ethna.piazza@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
18 May: @ 12:59:09 
Brown-crested Flycatchers at Roadrunner Club in Borrego continue [Mel Senac msenac@san.rr.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
18 May: @ 11:45:44 
Lesser Nighthawks [Nancy Christensen nancy.r.christensen@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
16 May: @ 18:03:06 
2017-05-15 South San Diego Bay [Jack Daynes jackdaynes@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
15 May: @ 18:48:45 
Baltimore Oriole Point Loma 5-1517 [eric@trs-sandiego.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
15 May: @ 11:27:53 
Pt. La Jolla seawatch - Sooty (lots), Pink-footed Shearwater, May 14, 2017 [Gary Nunn garybnunn@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
15 May: @ 11:05:26 
Baltimore Oriole Pt Loma 5/15 [sarabirding sarabirding@cox.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
14 May: @ 09:17:27 
Reminder: SDFO meeting, 16 May, the Sandia Rosy-Finch Project by Michael Hilchey [Justyn Stahl justyn.stahl@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
13 May: @ 09:51:16 
Calliope [Charles Jackson socalbirder8@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
12 May: @ 15:24:30 
Point Loma Friday morning [pagins@hotmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
11 May: @ 16:12:38 
Mission Trails Grasslands [Catherine Zinsky Catherine.Zinsky@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
11 May: @ 12:07:04 
San Diego Rosy-Finches: 16 May, SDFO presents Michael Hilchey and the Sandia Rosy-Finch Project [Justyn Stahl justyn.stahl@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]





Subject: Magnificent Frigatebird at Buena Vista Lagoon 5/28
Date: Sun May 28 2017 23:47 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Around 5:30 pm this afternoon (Sunday 5/28) there was a female Magnificent
Frigatebird circling around at Buena Vista Lagoon just east of Coast Hwy in
S Oceanside. This was viewing from the trails near the vistor center. The
bird was last seen gaining height and drifiting due E towards interstate 5.


Jim Pawlicki
La Mesa, CA



Subject: White-eyed Vireo continues
Date: Sun May 28 2017 10:43 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
The White-eyed Vireo is still being seen and heard. Off Silvergate around 7:25 a.m., and on Pio Pico near where mailbox says 544 Silvergate around 8:30.
Lisa RubySabre Springs


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Subject: AMGP continues
Date: Sat May 27 2017 12:09 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Birders, One of the AMGP found by Paul (I think) is in a small flock of shorebirds at the previously reported location of 13th St. In the saltworks pond.
Keers
Kerry RossBay View






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Subject: Re: White-eyed Vireo
Date: Sat May 27 2017 9:55 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
5-6 birders on it now, getting photos. It's singing.

Charles

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> On May 27, 2017, at 07:41, Charles Jackson wrote:
>
> Present now (0740, 27 May 2016) same location as yesterday morning, intersection of Silvergate Av. and Pio Pico Street in Point Loma.
>
> Charles
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Subject: White-eyed Vireo
Date: Sat May 27 2017 9:41 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Present now (0740, 27 May 2016) same location as yesterday morning, intersection of Silvergate Av. and Pio Pico Street in Point Loma.

Charles

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Subject: Birders needed! San Dieguito Monthly Bird Count- Sunday, June 4th
Date: Sat May 27 2017 7:59 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
San Dieguito Monthly Bird Count - next Sunday, June 4th

This is a reminder that the May 2017 San Dieguito Lagoon monthly bird count is next Sunday, May 7th. We need volunteer birders to help with our ongoing survey of bird populations at the San Dieguito Lagoon restoration project. Everyone is welcome!

We will meet at 7:30 AM at the south end of San Andres Dr. (Turn right/south off of Via de la Valle when heading east from Hwy 5. San Andres dead ends at the lagoon). We divide into groups to count 5 areas, and coordinate with park rangers to provide vests and access for restricted areas.

We. gather to tally our results at noon at the Del Mar Public Works parking lot/picnic tables. (Turn west off of Jimmy Durante Rd. just south of the Fairgrounds and bridge crossing the San Dieguito River.) Bring water and a snack or lunch.

Hope to see you next Sunday at the count!

Jayne Lesley (cell phone: 858-663-6568) (e-mail: jaynelesley@earthlink.net)


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Subject: American Redstart - Solana Beach
Date: Fri May 26 2017 18:26 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Female American Redstart stopped briefly at hole 9 of Lomas Santa Fe Exec Golf course at 1:45pm before dropping into the canyon adjacent to Santa Helena and Santa Victoria. Coordinates are: 33.002539,-117.246941

David and Rich Trissel
San Diego



Subject: White-eyed Vireo Pics
Date: Fri May 26 2017 16:47 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
A selection of decent photos of the White-eyed Vireo.  Several taken as the vireo struggled with a large bug.


Egk.smugmug.com/Photography/WHITE-EYED-VIREO-5-26-2017-POINT-LOMA/i-rT9fkG4


Eric Kallen
San diego



Subject: White-eyed Vireo continues
Date: Fri May 26 2017 16:12 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
The White-eyed Vireo was seen again about an hour or two  after Ryan Andrews found it earlier today. It was hanging out and vocalizing  near the intersection of Pio Pico and Silvergate Ave, in elms in front of 3613 Pio Pico, and then moved a little to the south and east to trees along both sides of Silvergate at the north end and across the street from the historic Rosecroft estate at 530 Silvergate. 


Susan Smith
Seiurus Biological Consulting
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Just found it on Pio Pico just W of Silvergate on Point Loma.

Ryan Andrews
Valley Center



Subject: Basic-plumaged but no adult American Golden Plover this morning
Date: Fri May 26 2017 15:11 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Got down to the end of 13th St around 9:30 to watch for the AGPL on the incoming tide.
High tide was supposed to be 10:45-11:15.
3 other birders were there and had been for hours.

The flock of birds was on the sandbar as described in previous posts.
Most of the plovers were sitting, huddled in a group.

I was able to find the basic-plumaged AGPL standing in a small group of black-bellieds, but the adult was nowhere to be found.
Around 10:45, the entire flock of birds suddenly took off and zoomed to the west somewhere.

Spent about an hour trying to relocate them, but to no avail. Water, water everywhere...

Maybe the flock will return on the falling tide.

Stan Walens
San Diego



Subject: White-eyed Vireo continues
Date: Fri May 26 2017 13:26 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Just found it on Pio Pico just W of Silvergate on Point Loma.

Ryan Andrews
Valley Center



Subject: American Golden-Plovers
Date: Thu May 25 2017 20:46 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Birders,



Both of the American Golden-Plovers were easily visible from the north end
of 13th Street im Imperial Beach at 6:30 PM.



Guy McCaskie



Subject: Cook's Petrel
Date: Thu May 25 2017 12:57 pm
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I absolutely did not see the Cooks Petrel on the 21st. I was just lazy about correcting my list. Lesson learned!Paula Theobald

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Subject: American Golden-plover
Date: Wed May 24 2017 23:23 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Continuing at same location late this afternoon (1700, 24 May 2017).

End of 13th Street in Imperial Beach. Park at lovely new Bayshore Bikeway facility at north terminus of 13th. The pond directly north of this parking is the pond, and the mudflat is over on northeast side.

You can get closer, as Paul pointed out, by hiking east down the bike path, over the first bridge. Problem is fence blocks view and nothing to step on to peer over. You can view through the fence of course, but this is climb resistant mesh.

If you keep hiking down toward the next bridge there is a section of fence you might be able to peer over, and morning light will be good. (In afternoon that spot would be looking into the sun.)

Charles

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Subject: Spotting scope suggestions
Date: Wed May 24 2017 18:36 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Fellow birders-


Would like to purchase a spotting scope.


Budget would be around $500.


Any suggestions?
Thoughts on the Alpen 20-60X80?


Thank you,
Terry


Terry Skartsiaris
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Subject: Red breasted merg and Wilson's warbler at Penasquitos Lagoon
Date: Wed May 24 2017 18:36 pm
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blockquote, div.yahoo_quoted { margin-left: 0 !important; border-left:1px #715FFA solid !important; padding-left:1ex !important; background-color:white !important; } Seen at 6.30pm. Merg is in the channel near river mouth, male WIWA feeding in sycamore by entrance to parking lot off Carmel Valley Road. Otherwise very quietSteve PerrySolana Beach




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Subject: BVAS Program Tonight--Eastern Sierra Birding with Steve Brad
Date: Wed May 24 2017 18:36 pm
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Steve Brad will present a program on the Birds of the Eastern Sierra tonight at the BVAS Nature Center in Oceanside. The free program starts at 7 pm, and will feature some of the photos Steve has taken on his many trips up to his cabin at Mammoth. For a sample of Steve's photos, visit his website at: http://www.seatosierrabirds.co... The Nature Center is located at 2202 S. Coast Hwy, Oceanside. Social (free refreshments!): 6:30 p.m.       Program: 7:00 p.m.






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Subject: Oceanside Black Skimmers
Date: Wed May 24 2017 18:35 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
I'm currently looking at 3 skimmers in the little lagoon where the river empties into the ocean, by the harbor.  Visible from the bridge.


Carina Graham
Oceanside



Subject: White-eyed Vireo photo from Sunday (5/21)
Date: Wed May 24 2017 0:22 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Hi All,
As Paul mentioned in an earlier post, after the Grande returned to port on Sunday several us headed up to Rosecroft Ln in Point Loma to see the WHITE-EYED VIREO that Susan Smith had found earlier in the day. I've uploaded a photo from the brief, but good looks we were treated to:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/...

Alex AbelaSan Diego, CA



Subject: Red-eyed vireo confirmed in photos
Date: Tue May 23 2017 19:51 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Now that I have photos on the computer, this is clearly a red-eyed vireo.
Photos and more information in ebird checklist.
http://ebird.org/ebird/view/ch...

Nicole



Subject: Point Loma N. Parula
Date: Tue May 23 2017 17:42 pm
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Late this morning I found a Northern Parula singing in the yard across the street from 530 Silvergate Ave in Point Loma. The bird spent time in the blooming silk oak trees behind the house as well as in the trees along the road. It was singing often.

Brennan Mulrooney
Santee, CA

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Subject: Possible red-eyed vireo PLNU
Date: Tue May 23 2017 15:01 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
I photographed what appears to be a red-eyed vireo at Point Loma Nazarene
University just before 10:00 this morning (5/23). The encounter was brief
and I didn't have the opportunity to see the bird through bins. Brennan
arrived shortly after but we have not been able to re-find the bird. The
location was at the beginning of the trail that goes north along the fence
from the Garden Street entrance.

Nicole



Subject: Both American golden plovers continue
Date: Tue May 23 2017 8:35 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Both the alternate male and the mostly basic plumage American golden plovers continue on Tuesday morning at the salt Works pond at the end of 13th Street in Imperial Beach. Also 30 red knots and a black Turnstone with two ruddy turnstones. The golden plovers did not arrive until around 6:20 a.m.

Paul Lehman, Curtis Marantz, Dave Povey,. San Diego

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Subject: American golden plover
Date: Mon May 22 2017 20:12 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
The breeding plumage American golden plover continues off 13th St this
evening (22 May). I quickly found the bird through the heat haze when I
arrived at 4:45. I stuck around for better looks once the heat haze
subsided and had the bird in view until 6:00. It did briefly disappear
between 5:30 and 5:50, during which time Guy arrived and left, so he may
find this report dubious. He and I both observed a few black-bellied
plovers walk into view from the far side of the mud patch, likely where the
golden plover went for 20 minutes. There was also a black-bellied plover in
breeding plumage in the group.

Nicole



Subject: San Diego 21 May pelagic trip results
Date: Mon May 22 2017 19:02 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
The 12-hour, Buena Vista Audubon sponsored, San Diego pelagic trip
aboard "Grande" on Sunday, 21 May, visited the 9-Mile and 30-Mile Banks
out to a distance of about 30 miles offshore. The big star of the
show--the county's second-ever COOK'S PETREL--unfortunately made only a
brief and moderately distant appearance behind the boat, to be espied
and quickly photo'd only by an attentive Jimmy McMorran, but the
identity of which (the bird, that is) was determined only with the
subsequent close examination of the photos. It was seen ca. 25.6 mi/41.2
km west of La Jolla, just inside the 30-Mile Bank in the San Diego
Trough. Jimmy has kindly posted a couple of his photos; see his post
earlier today for the link.

Here are the day's totals from offshore waters only, once we had well
cleared Point Loma:

Brant: 5

Red-necked Phalarope: 2

Scripps's Murrelet: 7

Cassin's Auklet: 17

Sabine's Gull: 2

Heermann's Gull: 2

Western Gull: 325

California Gull: 1

Least Tern: 5

Common Tern: 8

Elegant Tern: 50

Red-throated Loon: 1

Pacific Loon: 3

Common Loon: 1

COOK'S PETREL: 1

Pink-footed Shearwater: 85

Sooty Shearwater: 95

Black-vented Shearwater: 26

Ashy Storm-Petrel: 5

Black Storm-Petrel: 250

BROWN BOOBY: 17 (good count)

Double-crested Cormorant: 2

Brandt's Cormorant: 7

Brown Pelican: 45

Yellow Warbler: 1

Wilson's Warbler: 1

The next San Diego pelagic trip is a 12-hour trip on Sunday, 11 June,
aboard "Grande" out of Point Loma Sportfishing. See
sandiegopelagics.com for more details.

--Paul Lehman and the Grande leaders, San Diego



Subject: Cook's Petrel Photos (5/21/17)
Date: Mon May 22 2017 14:41 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Hi Birders,

Below are links to photos of the COOK'S PETREL seen on May 21, 2017 during
the 12-hour pelagic trip aboard Grande. These images are heavily cropped
due to the distance of the observation.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/...

https://www.flickr.com/photos/...

Good Birding
Jimmy McMorran
Leucadia, CA



Subject: TWO American golden plovers at Salt works
Date: Mon May 22 2017 10:39 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Monday morning there are two different American golden plovers in the salt works pond visible from the end of 13th Street in Imperial Beach. A scope set at high power is needed. They are in a flock of about 30 or 40 black-bellied plovers, 19 red Knots, and 40 short billed dowitchers at a high tide roost. High tide this morning was at 7:30 a.m. Presumably When the tide goes out the birds will leave and feed elsewhere. One of the birds is a full alternate male found yesterday elsewhere at the salt works by Lea Squires, and the new bird is a very dull mostly basic plumaged individual with a limited dark belly smudge but a bold white supercilium contrasting with a dark crown. Look for the birds both right from the end of 13th as well as by walking down the bike trail to the east a hundred yards.

I will post pelagic trip results from yesterday's trip later this afternoon. And Jimmy Mcmorran will post a link to his Cook's Petrel photos later today as well.

Paul Lehman, San Diego

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Subject: White-eyed Vireo
Date: Mon May 22 2017 9:18 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Not seen or heard in/near original location reported yesterday (by S. Smith) in Pt. Loma residential between 0625 and 0655 today (5/22/17). But, may still be there.

Charles

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Subject: W-e Vireo and other miscellanea--and a Cook's Petrel teaser!
Date: Sun May 21 2017 22:20 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
The Point Loma (Rosecroft) White-eyed Vireo was still present at the
same address as of 6PM Sunday, and photos were obtained. Also a
Swainson's Thrush and 13 getting-late Cedar Waxwings there.

In other news over the past couple days, a Reddish Egret continues on
south San Diego Bay, there were 3 adult Yellow-crowned Night-Herons and
a getting-late adult male Red-br Merganser at the Tijuana Estuary, and
getting late Redhead and pair of N. Shovelers at San Dieguito Lagoon in
Del Mar.

Results of today's San Diego pelagic trip will be posted tomorrow, but
the only rarity was a "mega" seen briefly and at a distance, but
photo'd, by one attentive participant and not identified until soon
after the fact from the photos: a COOK'S PETREL (just inside the 30-Mile
Bank). The bird was NOT seen at all by everyone else on board.... boo hoo!

--Paul Lehman, San Diego



Subject: White-eyed Vireo Sillvergate neighborhood, Point Loma, May 21
Date: Sun May 21 2017 18:56 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
White-eyed Vireo relocated briefly in a very dense tree around 4:15 pm till I lost it right after that glimpse of it between 3704 and 3646 Rosecroft Lane. Around the same area as Sue Smith had it earlier this morning. Was silent for me though when I saw it. It moves around very quickly so for those going to look either this evening or very early tomorrow morning be prepared. 
Max Leibowitz
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> On May 21, 2017, at 1:40 PM, Susan Smith seiurus@aol.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding] wrote:
>
> While birding the Pt. Loma Silvergate neighborhood this morning, there was an adult male ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK singing atop a large tree across from 702 Albion Street @ 7:45 am, and a loudly singing WHITE-EYED VIREO at 3704 and 3646 Rosecroft Lane, first discovered at about 9:15 am, which took a while for be to get a glimpse of. During the time it was vocalizing, between 9:15 and about 10 am, it gave only brief views from within the foliage before I lost track of it when it stopped vocalizing at about 10. An Olive-sided Flycatcher was flycatching from a tall pine at 3711 Dupont. There were many, many Yellow Warblers, and some other western migrants too. The grosbeak was probably the same one seen in the Silvergate neighborhood a week or so ago.
>
>
> Susan Smith
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> Del Mar, CA
>
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Subject: White-eyed Vireo Sillvergate neighborhood, Point Loma, May 21
Date: Sun May 21 2017 15:40 pm
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While birding the Pt. Loma Silvergate neighborhood this morning, there was an adult male  ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK singing atop a large tree across from 702 Albion Street @ 7:45 am, and a loudly  singing WHITE-EYED VIREO at 3704 and 3646 Rosecroft Lane, first discovered at about 9:15 am, which took a while for be to get a glimpse of.  During the time it was vocalizing, between  9:15 and about 10 am, it gave only brief views from within the foliage  before I lost track of it when it stopped vocalizing at about 10.  An Olive-sided Flycatcher was flycatching from a tall pine at 3711 Dupont.  There were many, many Yellow Warblers, and some other western migrants too.  The grosbeak was probably the same one seen in the Silvergate neighborhood a week or so ago.


Susan Smith
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Subject: White eyed Vireo reported in Pt. Loma
Date: Sun May 21 2017 15:07 pm
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I haven't seen anyone report this yet but there was a White-eyed Vireo reported by Sue Smith in the yard at 3646 Rosecroft Lane in Pt. Loma. The text was at 10:18 am.
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Subject: Townsend's Solitaire FRNC
Date: Sat May 20 2017 12:37 pm
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Near the dip at FRNC right now. 32.687026,-117.245742

David Trissel
San Diego, CA



Subject: Costa's Hummingbird caught in spider web
Date: Sat May 20 2017 10:44 am
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I found an adult male Costa's Hummingbird caught in a large spider web at my
back door here this morning.

The bird was completely ensnared with wings wrapped with strands of the web.
Being soft hearted I pulled the bird out and removed the webbing. The bird
must have been near exhaustion as it sat absolutely still from some 30
seconds before flying off.

I don't know the species of spider, they seem common here, and the webs are
very large. The center spiral is about 2 ft. across, and the anchor strands
stretch 5 or 6ft. This one has been rebuild each morning as I walk into
every day.

I can attested there are very strong webs.

I only see the spiders after dark. The attraction maybe the porch light for
prey.

Dave Povey

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Subject: Rose Canyon Bell's Vireo
Date: Fri May 19 2017 20:51 pm
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This afternoon at 3 PM (5/19/17) a singing BELL'S VIREO was present in Rose Canyon,

along the main trail 1/2 mile west of the Regent's access trail. I've never encountered one

in Rose Canyon in decades of birding and I noticed there were no reports from that

quadrant in the San Diego County Bird Atlas.


Yesterday at noon there was a WILLOW FLYCATCHER in the northwest corner of

Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery.


Jim Roberts

University City



Subject: Re: Sunday BVAS/Grande pelagic
Date: Fri May 19 2017 10:15 am
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The Sunday May 21st. Buena Vista Audubon, and Grande Pelagic appears to have
exceptionally nice weather and sea conditions forecast.

The trip has 5 spots remaining. We depart Point Loma Sportfishing landing
in San Diego Bay at 6 a.m.

Cost for late sign up is $115. Trip details are at www.sandiegopelagics.com.

Call 619 223-1627

I hope we will see you onboard,

Dave Povey

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Subject: 2017-05-17 Nesting Season At The South Bay Saltworks
Date: Fri May 19 2017 0:37 am
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Subject: Re: Common Loon at Agua Hedionda Lagoon
Date: Thu May 18 2017 22:35 pm
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This evening a Common Loon was present on Agua Hedionda Lagoon (between Encinitas and Carlsbad), on the water west of the railroad tracks. Getting late in the season according to the SD Count Bird Atlas.


Matthew Binns
Leucadia



Subject: Red breasted grosbeak La Jolla
Date: Thu May 18 2017 21:28 pm
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Today instead of the usual blackheaded grosbeaks at the feeder, I saw one from the back that had solid black on head and upper back, then when it turned, the large red triangle!  First rose breasted grosbeak positively identified in my yard on Mount Soledad. Darn luck, all 5 camera batteries were dead. Charging them up in hopes it reappears tomorrow. 

Ethna

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Subject: Brown-crested Flycatchers at Roadrunner Club in Borrego continue
Date: Thu May 18 2017 12:59 pm
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Three returning Brown- crested Flycatchers were again seen at the Roadrunner Club this morning at 10:00 AM on May 18 by Nancy C., Barbara C. and myself. First reported by Paulette about a week ago. Found them by Tee Box # 17 on the golf course.  
Mel Senac
La Jolla

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Subject: Lesser Nighthawks
Date: Thu May 18 2017 11:45 am
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Borrego Springs settling ponds we had a minimum of 14 LENH flying around until we left at 9:30. Very close views - stunning photo ops!

Nancy Christensen
Ramona


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Subject: 2017-05-15 South San Diego Bay
Date: Tue May 16 2017 18:03 pm
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Subject: Baltimore Oriole Point Loma 5-1517
Date: Mon May 15 2017 18:48 pm
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A few pics of the Oriole reported by Sara at:


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Also pics of local migrants.


Eric Kallen
San Diego



Subject: Pt. La Jolla seawatch - Sooty (lots), Pink-footed Shearwater, May 14, 2017
Date: Mon May 15 2017 11:27 am
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I did a seawatch for a couple hours from Pt. La Jolla, the Bridge Club, on Sunday May 14, 2017. Joined also by Dean DiTommaso and Barbara Carlson.

At dawn an impressive movement of Sooty Shearwaters heading south about 1/2 to a mile offshore. 20 or 30 a minute on occasion, I counted a few hundred quickly, estimated at least 800 in total although I think this is surely conservative. Smaller number of Black-vented Shearwater (75), and then two Pink-footed Shearwaters also picked out among Sooty as larger, lower speed progress, higher arcs slowing at tops, nice bright paler below. The southwesterly breeze at dawn was pretty strong and shearwaters were moving along at speed, and changes in elevation, with nice views. The wind turned mixed direction onshore-offshore about 8:00am and then everything seemed to move much further offshore at the far horizon.

Also one adult alternate plumage COMMON MURRE flew in about 8am settled in water off Children's Pool area. I also saw one Common Murre here last weekend on May 07.

One worn looking first/second cycle (2CY) Glaucous-winged Gull hanging around the sea-lion haul out.

Later in afternoon spotted a couple Wandering Tattlers while walking around the cove with my family.
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Subject: Baltimore Oriole Pt Loma 5/15
Date: Mon May 15 2017 11:05 am
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1st year Baltimore Oriole in silk oak in Warner/Dupont alley 8:45am. Many warblers also.
Sara Mayers (& Keith & Eric K)
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Subject: Reminder: SDFO meeting, 16 May, the Sandia Rosy-Finch Project by Michael Hilchey
Date: Sun May 14 2017 9:17 am
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SDFO Event “ Tuesday, May
16, 2017 at 6:00 pmis our next meeting of San Diego Field Ornithologists.




Program: Michael
O. Hilchey will speak on The Sandia Rosy-Finch Project. The Sandia Rosy-Finch
Project is a long-term winter ecology study of the rosy- finches at Sandia
Crest just outside of Albuquerque, NM. Over the years, this site has become a
premier location for birders all across the world hoping to find all three of
North America's rosy-finch species as well as host to the most extensive winter
study of these elusive birds. As one of the primary investigators of the
project for over 10 years, Michael will present an overview of the project,
including the origin of the work, what they have learned about these birds, and
what they hope to learn in the future. He will discuss identification, aging
and sexing techniques, molt limits, migration dynamics, population dynamics,
and conservation status of these high-altitude specialists.

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Subject: Calliope
Date: Sat May 13 2017 9:51 am
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Just a quick note about Flintkote:

Last evening (12 May, 1800) I walked Flintkote Ave. down to the Pride of Madera plant to see if the Calliopes were still around. They were not. Only an Allen's at that spot.

I found that people had come through recently with weed whackers. They had stripped the edges of the road and trail and even cut back that Pride of Madera plant. They must have done it late in the day before I arrived because they had not picked up the cuttings or even moved them off the road/path, except at the house.

Charles

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Subject: Point Loma Friday morning
Date: Fri May 12 2017 15:24 pm
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Not much movement of migrants.  The only "hot spot" I found was the blooming silk oak tree behind 649 Albion St. which had an adult male Rose-breasted Grosbeak, several Western Tanagers and a Bullock's Oriole. I ran out of time so there might have been more there.
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Subject: Mission Trails Grasslands
Date: Thu May 11 2017 16:12 pm
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Well I thought my post the other day would be my last, but as I am having difficulty posting on ebird at the moment, I thought I'd better let the birding community know that a I saw and photographed a Vermillion Flycatcher in the Grasslands at Mission Trails Regional Park this morning. 
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Subject: San Diego Rosy-Finches: 16 May, SDFO presents Michael Hilchey and the Sandia Rosy-Finch Project
Date: Thu May 11 2017 12:07 pm
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SDFO Event “ Tuesday, May
16, 2017 at 6:00 pmis our next meeting of San Diego Field Ornithologists.




Program: Michael
O. Hilchey will speak on The Sandia Rosy-Finch Project. The Sandia Rosy-Finch
Project is a long-term winter ecology study of the rosy- finches at Sandia
Crest just outside of Albuquerque, NM. Over the years, this site has become a
premier location for birders all across the world hoping to find all three of
North America's rosy-finch species as well as host to the most extensive winter
study of these elusive birds. As one of the primary investigators of the
project for over 10 years, Michael will present an overview of the project,
including the origin of the work, what they have learned about these birds, and
what they hope to learn in the future. He will discuss identification, aging
and sexing techniques, molt limits, migration dynamics, population dynamics,
and conservation status of these high-altitude specialists.

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