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23 Apr: @ 23:22:33 
San Diego River – White Wagtail photos, 23 April 2017 [Gary Nunn garybnunn@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
23 Apr: @ 16:46:25 
Mission Trails Regional Park: Sunday AM [Catherine Zinsky Catherine.Zinsky@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
23 Apr: @ 16:14:13 
Re: Fwd: [SanDiegoRegionBirding] White Wagtail still at SD River, 10:30am Sunday 4/23/2017 [Gary Nunn garybnunn@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
23 Apr: @ 13:37:01 
Re: White Wagtail on San Diego River, Robb Field NOW! 8:50am Sunday 4/23/207 [Gary Nunn garybnunn@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
23 Apr: @ 12:34:13 
White Wagtail still at SD River, 10:30am Sunday 4/23/2017 [Gary Nunn garybnunn@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
23 Apr: @ 12:31:20 
Re: White Wagtail on San Diego River, Robb Field NOW! 8:50am Sunday 4/23/207 [Justyn Stahl justyn.stahl@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
23 Apr: @ 11:01:23 
White Wagtail on San Diego River, Robb Field NOW! 8:50am Sunday 4/23/207 [Gary Nunn garybnunn@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
22 Apr: @ 17:46:48 
Ramona Grasslands and Safari Park [Catherine Zinsky Catherine.Zinsky@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
22 Apr: @ 16:15:57 
Re: Continuing Palm Warbler; upper Cottonwood C. Park 22APR17 [txsandpiper@sbcglobal.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
22 Apr: @ 16:06:02 
Continuing Palm Warbler; upper Cottonwood C. Park 22APR17 ['Tito Gonzalez' txsandpiper@sbcglobal.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
22 Apr: @ 15:59:05 
Palm Warbler - Bird and Butterfly Garden ['Alex R. Abela' thebuzz90@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
21 Apr: @ 23:25:43 
Nate Harrison Grade Lewis's Woodpeckers. [buckfairbanks@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
21 Apr: @ 17:27:43 
Kitchen Creek, 4/21/17 [baker2575@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
21 Apr: @ 11:07:02 
Re: Palm Warbler - Lower Cottonwood Creek, Encinitas [Kathy ScottA1124@aol.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
20 Apr: @ 19:20:07 
White Wagtail (no public access) [Kerry Ross kgr.falco@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
20 Apr: @ 10:39:41 
San Diego Spring pelagic trips ['David Povey' dpovey@nethere.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
18 Apr: @ 18:53:46 
Palm Warbler - Lower Cottonwood Creek, Encinitas ['Warren J. (Jeff) Clingan' wclingan@pacbell.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
18 Apr: @ 14:08:20 
Nashville warbler in east Switzer Canyon [Martha Wild mawild@sbcglobal.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
17 Apr: @ 17:30:24 
Brewer's Sparrow, Diary Mart [Christopher Adler christopheradlerdotcom@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
17 Apr: @ 10:52:09 
Red-footed booby continues [Paul Lehman lehman.paul@verizon.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
17 Apr: @ 05:48:24 
Mystery resolved [Catherine Zinsky Catherine.Zinsky@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
17 Apr: @ 03:43:45 
Nice morning at Mission Trails [vic_warren@hotmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
16 Apr: @ 20:48:03 
Re: ID help please... [Nancy Christensen nancy.r.christensen@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
16 Apr: @ 20:33:01 
Swainson's Hawk over Sweetwater River; Lewis's Woodpecker along Dehesa Road ['Phil Unitt' unitt@cox.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
16 Apr: @ 19:48:01 
Point La Jolla – Red-footed Booby adult white morph, 16 April 2017 [Gary Nunn garybnunn@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
16 Apr: @ 17:23:17 
ID help please... [Catherine Zinsky Catherine.Zinsky@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
16 Apr: @ 15:15:27 
Brown Boobies, loon flight [Paul Lehman lehman.paul1@verizon.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
16 Apr: @ 12:56:12 
Fwd: Ad Red-footed Booby at La Jolla 4/16 [James Pawlicki jmpawli10@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
16 Apr: @ 12:16:20 
Calliope Hummingbird, Pt Loma, April 16 [Sara Mayers sarabirding@cox.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
16 Apr: @ 11:49:52 
Fwd: Ad Red-footed Booby at La Jolla 4/16 [James Pawlicki jmpawli10@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
16 Apr: @ 11:47:52 
Ad Red-footed Booby at La Jolla 4/16 [James Pawlicki jmpawli10@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
15 Apr: @ 19:49:21 
Tricoloreds at Rangeland Road, 4/15/17 [Susan Smith seiurus@aol.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
15 Apr: @ 18:27:30 
Jacumba 4-15-17 [eric@trs-sandiego.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
15 Apr: @ 17:14:18 
Re: Nashville Warbler - Carmel Valley [Martha Wild mawild@sbcglobal.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
15 Apr: @ 15:56:20 
RE: Nashville Warbler - Carmel Valley ['Geoffrey Rogers' rogersgl1952@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
15 Apr: @ 12:47:10 
overland Brant migration [Paul Lehman lehman.paul1@verizon.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
15 Apr: @ 11:21:58 
Nashville Warbler - Carmel Valley [David Trissel dtrisse1@san.rr.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
14 Apr: @ 17:50:43 
Kitchen Creek [Catherine Zinsky Catherine.Zinsky@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
14 Apr: @ 16:46:55 
Bird Apps [mikewittmer0582@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
14 Apr: @ 10:42:29 
Brown thrasher in Spring Valley [Mark Stratton zostropz@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
13 Apr: @ 19:52:26 
Re: Blackburnian Warbler, La Jolla boobies [Stan Walens stan.walens@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
13 Apr: @ 16:53:07 
Blackburnian Warbler, La Jolla boobies [Barbara Carlson barbarac2003@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
13 Apr: @ 16:30:03 
FOS Bell's Vireo [Catherine Zinsky Catherine.Zinsky@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
13 Apr: @ 12:21:04 
Desert trip [thomas meixner tlmeixner@att.net [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
12 Apr: @ 17:26:40 
SDFO Meeting announcement: Translocation of the Rimatara Lory in the South Pacific: Success or Failure? [Justyn Stahl justyn.stahl@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
12 Apr: @ 14:57:32 
Carlsbad Chestnut-sided Warbler continues Wed. April 12 [Susan Smith seiurus@aol.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
11 Apr: @ 20:09:36 
WH Woodpecker - no [Nancy Christensen nancy.r.christensen@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
11 Apr: @ 11:54:55 
Re: Chestnut-sided warbler 4/11 [Jan Nordenberg jnordenb@san.rr.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
11 Apr: @ 11:49:31 
Chestnut-sided warbler 4/11 [Jan Nordenberg jnordenb@san.rr.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]
10 Apr: @ 23:45:32 
results of 10 April san elijo monthly bird count [rpatton@san.rr.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]]





Subject: San Diego River – White Wagtail photos, 23 April 2017
Date: Sun Apr 23 2017 23:22 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
I posted some of the closer photographs that I obtained today of the WHITE WAGTAIL at the San Diego River flood control channel at Robb Field, Ocean Beach.

The wagtail was first found and identified by JoAnn Hackos, we believe a visiting birder from Colorado, and reported very quickly into eBird. Thanks JoAnn!! I happened to be getting into my car at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery to head down to the river right when the eBird alert pinged my phone.

Seen by many observers pretty much all day.

Some photos here http://www.sandiegobirding.com...
--
Gary Nunn
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Subject: Mission Trails Regional Park: Sunday AM
Date: Sun Apr 23 2017 16:46 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Arrived at sunrise and found the grasslands and dam area very birdy. Highlights were:
Blue GrosbeakGrasshopper SparrowLazuli BuntingA Greater Road-runner that was so close when I turned from photographing a Yellow-breasted Chat, that it startled me and my gasp sent it off. All the same, it hopped back up on the fence and posed. I had to keep backing up to ultimately get a full photo of it. Quite fun!Ash-throated FlycatcherCosta's HummingbirdBlack-chinned HummingbirdBell's Vireo
Photos at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/...
Sadly, except for the two hours at MTRP this morning, am engaged the rest of today and simply can't get to Robb Field to see the Wagtail. Should anyone see it tomorrow, will you please post. Thanks.
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Subject: White Wagtail still at SD River, 10:30am Sunday 4/23/2017
Date: Sun Apr 23 2017 16:14 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
White Wagtail still present at 2pm, on the sandbar Robb Field, Ocean Beach.

Gary Nunn,
Pacific Beach

Sent from my iPhone

> On Apr 23, 2017, at 11:48 AM, Justyn Stahl justyn.stahl@gmail.com [CALBIRDS] wrote:
>
> Bird still present as of 1130am
>
> Justyn Stahl
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Gary Nunn garybnunn@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]
> Date: Sun, Apr 23, 2017 at 10:34 AM
> Subject: [SanDiegoRegionBirding] White Wagtail still at SD River, 10:30am Sunday 4/23/2017
> To: sandiegoregionbirding
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> Still present on sandbar outside Tennis Club, Robb Field, Ocean Beach.
>
> Gary Nunn,
> Pacific Beach
>
> Sent from my iPhone
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Subject: Re: White Wagtail on San Diego River, Robb Field NOW! 8:50am Sunday 4/23/207
Date: Sun Apr 23 2017 13:37 pm
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Still present at 11:30am.

Gary Nunn,
Pacific Beach

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> On Apr 23, 2017, at 8:53 AM, Gary Nunn wrote:
>
> On the sandbar outside Tennis Club at Robb Field, Ocean Beach.
>
> Gary Nunn,
> 650-305-0029
>
> Sent from my iPhone



Subject: White Wagtail still at SD River, 10:30am Sunday 4/23/2017
Date: Sun Apr 23 2017 12:34 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Still present on sandbar outside Tennis Club, Robb Field, Ocean Beach.

Gary Nunn,
Pacific Beach

Sent from my iPhone



Subject: White Wagtail on San Diego River, Robb Field NOW! 8:50am Sunday 4/23/207
Date: Sun Apr 23 2017 12:31 pm
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Still present as of 1030am.
Justyn Stahl

On Sun, Apr 23, 2017 at 9:01 AM Gary Nunn garybnunn@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding] <SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

























On the sandbar outside Tennis Club at Robb Field, Ocean Beach.


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Subject: White Wagtail on San Diego River, Robb Field NOW! 8:50am Sunday 4/23/207
Date: Sun Apr 23 2017 11:01 am
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On the sandbar outside Tennis Club at Robb Field, Ocean Beach.

Gary Nunn,
650-305-0029

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Subject: Ramona Grasslands and Safari Park
Date: Sat Apr 22 2017 17:46 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Birded along the Ramona grasslands on our way to Safari Park this morning. Nicest find were two Bald Eagles by the lake. Lots of Meadowlark and flocks of blackbirds (both Red-shouldered and Tri-colored), little else.
The African section at Safari Park has had a lot of shrubbery removed. There were not as many trees being nested in as I have seen in the past. Still, a few had Snowy Egrets roosting, as well as Cattle Egret and White-faced Ibis. Saw one lone Costa's Hummingbird in the Cactus Garden.
Few photos at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/...
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Subject: Re: Continuing Palm Warbler; upper Cottonwood C. Park 22APR17
Date: Sat Apr 22 2017 16:15 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
I neglected to mention that Matthew Binns reported a PALM WARBLER on 28MAR17 observed in the lower Cottonwood Creek. So perhaps this bird has been around since this first report.

Tito Gonzalez
Carlsbad, CA



Subject: Continuing Palm Warbler; upper Cottonwood C. Park 22APR17
Date: Sat Apr 22 2017 16:06 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
The PALM WARBLER reported yesterday by Kathy and Gretchen in upper
Cottonwood Creek continued this morning 22APR17. I spoke to several birders
who had brief looks. Presumably, this is continuing bird that was originally
reported by Jeff Clingan on 18APR17 in the lower part of the park west of
101. The bird was not very accommodating and was moving around quite a bit.
A picture is included in ebird report.



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Tito Gonzalez



Subject: Palm Warbler - Bird and Butterfly Garden
Date: Sat Apr 22 2017 15:59 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
This morning (4-22) around 9 am there was a PALM WARBLER at the Bird and Butterfly Garden. It was near the top of one of the tall trees between the green building and the riverbed, before it flew out with several other birds and I lost track of it.
Alex AbelaSan Diego, CA



Subject: Nate Harrison Grade Lewis's Woodpeckers.
Date: Fri Apr 21 2017 23:25 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Two Lewis's Woodpeckers seen flycatching from burned snags, one on each side of the road this morning. One was still there at 5:00pm on the way down. Nate Harrison Grade at 4,065', 6.7 miles from the 76 turnoff.
Cheers
Michael Martin
Oceanside, CA



Subject: Kitchen Creek, 4/21/17
Date: Fri Apr 21 2017 17:27 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
I ventured down to Kitchen Creek today, hoping to see a gray vireo, but it was not to be.  I heard one clearly, but never could locate it.  Despite that, and the steady winds, I still managed to see a pretty good assortment of birds:  many black-chinned sparrows, a rufous-crowned sparrow, a lazuli bunting, a canyon wren, a rock wren, several black-headed grosbeaks, and a Townsend's warbler.  Quite a few hikers on the PC trail today.

Charles Baker
Tustin, CA



Subject: Re: Palm Warbler - Lower Cottonwood Creek, Encinitas
Date: Fri Apr 21 2017 11:07 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Gretchen Nell and I are watching the
Palm Warbler at the upper Cottonwood Creek Park in trees adjacent to Vulcan. 9:00 am

Kathy Aldern
Leucadia



Subject: White Wagtail (no public access)
Date: Thu Apr 20 2017 19:20 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Birders, On Wednesday,
Apr 19th a WHITE WHAGTAIL was observed and photographed by Rachel Smith on Camp
Pendleton. The exact location is not being published in a public forum due to
the restricted access. There is no public access to the location. The bird was
seen briefly (less than 10 min) before it was seen flying off and not
seen again. The location was checked again yesterday and the bird was not
spotted there or in any nearby areas on base. Kerry Ross, posting for my Wife Rachel SmithBay Park








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Subject: San Diego Spring pelagic trips
Date: Thu Apr 20 2017 10:39 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Two San Diego spring pelagic trips are scheduled for 2017. The first one is
about a month away on Sunday May 21st. and is about one quarter filled. The
second trip is June 11th. also a Sunday.

The "Early Bird" Price is $95 ( good until 4-30-17 on the May trip, and May
21st. for the June trip, after which the regular price of $105 kicks in.)
both trips are 12hrs. and departing San Diego Bay at 6 a.m.

See details at www.sandiegopelagics.com

You can make reservations by calling Point Loma Sportfishing landing and
ask for the Grande birding trip with the dates you wish to go. 619
223-1627.

I hope to see you out there,

Dave Povey

Dulzura



Subject: Palm Warbler - Lower Cottonwood Creek, Encinitas
Date: Tue Apr 18 2017 18:53 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
A Palm Warbler was present (re-found?) along Cottonwood Creek (west of the
101), today. It was first seen around 9:00 AM, just west of the Tennis
Courts, in a dead tree by the creek. It was last seen around 11:00 AM, a
little farther west, just before the path curves left and you come to the
little foot bridge. It was in the trees between the path and creek.



Jeff Clingan

San Marcos (San Elijo Hills)



Subject: Nashville warbler in east Switzer Canyon
Date: Tue Apr 18 2017 14:08 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Saw a Nashville warbler again, hopping in the regrowing willows at the bottom of the canyon. Also lots of oriole action in some eucalyptus where the canyon narrows to the northeast - at least 2 Bullocks males with 2 females - possibly more, but hard to know if I was seeing the same ones moving between trees. Hooded orioles enjoying the large silk oak (Grevillea robusta - my guess) with its huge orange blossoms. In the same eucalyptus with the Bullocks, two Western tanagers, a Townsends warbler, and an orange-crowned warbler. Very birdy day down there.
On Apr 17, 2017, at 3:30 PM, Christopher Adler christopheradlerdotcom@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding] <SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:This morning at the 'stick pond' at Diary Mart Ponds there was asingle Brewer's Sparrow. Five photos here:
https://flic.kr/p/TXPepP
Also, the triangular region immediately south of the trail that beginsjust south of the stick pond is now a flooded area jammed with heronsand egrets, including adult and young Black-crowned Night Herons,Green Heron, Great Blue Heron, Great and Snowy Egrets.
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Subject: Brewer's Sparrow, Diary Mart
Date: Mon Apr 17 2017 17:30 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
This morning at the 'stick pond' at Diary Mart Ponds there was asingle Brewer's Sparrow. Five photos here:
https://flic.kr/p/TXPepP
Also, the triangular region immediately south of the trail that beginsjust south of the stick pond is now a flooded area jammed with heronsand egrets, including adult and young Black-crowned Night Herons,Green Heron, Great Blue Heron, Great and Snowy Egrets.
Christopher AdlerAllied Gardens

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Subject: Red-footed booby continues
Date: Mon Apr 17 2017 10:52 am
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The Red-footed Booby at La Jolla was seen again this morning (Monday) by Curtis Marantz flying south at 8:37 a.m. Guy and I had been there from 6:30 until 8 with no luck but we had to leave then for work commitments. We had seen 2 brown boobies and the two continuing black oystercatchers.

Paul Lehman, San Diego

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Subject: Mystery resolved
Date: Mon Apr 17 2017 5:48 am
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Thanks to everyone who so kindly replied. It's decided: my mystery bird is a Pin-tailed Wydah. Apparently this bird is an African escapee that parasitizes the Scaly-breasted Munia. And it looks so innocent.
Again, all input was gratefully appreciated.
Happy birding!
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Subject: Nice morning at Mission Trails
Date: Mon Apr 17 2017 3:43 am
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Laurel and I spent this morning at Mission Trails. It was perfect weather and not overly crowded, even though it was Easter. Our main highlight was a Grasshopper Sparrow in the Grasslands.It was sitting up on a clump of broom and singing happily. We watched it for about 15 minutes. Beautiful little bird. Down the hill from the Grasslands, we saw a Greater Roadrunner, the first one we've ever seen at Mission Trails. We also got a Western Wood Pewee and an Ash-throated Flycatcher There were lots of wrens and Nuttall's Woodpeckers around, but very few warblers. Surprisingly, several Orange-crowned and NO Yellow-rumps!


Good birding,
Vic Warren and Laurel Scott
Mission Valley



Subject: ID help please...
Date: Sun Apr 16 2017 20:48 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Pin-tailed Wydah

Nancy Christensen
Ramona


A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song.
Chinese Proverb

On Apr 16, 2017, at 3:23 PM, Catherine Zinsky Catherine.Zinsky@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding] wrote:

> Started at the La Jolla Cove area where I saw one Back Oystercatcher and one Wandering Tatler, then did visited some friends before venturing back into East County, stopping at Lindo Lake for a short walk around the shallower lake on the East side. Nothing extraordinary except for one finch-like bird that has me totally buffaloed. It's probably an escapee, but...ya never know. Any help with the identification of this bird would be most appreciated. I have posted four photos on my flicker account:
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/...
>
> Thanks so much for any and all help. Happy Spring!
>
> --
> Waggin' tails,
>
> Catherine
>
>
>
> Author of "Attitude + Attention =Teamwork!
> Seven Steps to Success"
> Available thru www.gettoready.net
>
> Competitive Obedience Toolbox: www.gettoready.net
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/...
>
> Ch Borderfame Soul Train UDX, OM ('Kellan the Felon' a.k.a. 'Sir Barkalot')
> OTCH Sporting Fields Summer Solstice, UDX 9, OGM ("Dax", as in "Dax of the Long Tongue" aka 'Sir Lickalot'))
> Ch. OTCH Sporting Field's Quantum Leap UDX2, OM4 ('Devon' as in 'Devon the Usurper' aka "Monkey")
> Ch. OTCH Trumagik Step Aside, UDX 20, OGM (2002 - 2015)
> Shorewind Spellbound's Dragon Rider ("Echo")
>
>
>



Subject: Swainson's Hawk over Sweetwater River; Lewis's Woodpecker along Dehesa Road
Date: Sun Apr 16 2017 20:33 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Dear friends,Today 16 April 2017 Bruce Calkins and I hiked down the Sweetwater River from the Highway 94 bridge. We didnt see the apparent Brown Thrasher reported by Rich Norgaard, but we were glad to find Rich himself. In the same area, though, I was very surprised to see a Swainsons Hawk, flying over the vicinity of the wooden footbridge over the Sweetwater River about 0.9 mile (as measured in a straight line in Google Earth) downstream from Highway 94. We were up the slope along the trail on the SE side of the river, and when I first saw the Swainsons Hawk it was below us, flying away from us. So most of our view was of the upper side; the bird didnt turn and start flying downstream along the NW side of the river until it was far from us, and then we lost it over the ridge to the west. I never really appreciated the whitish upper tail coverts of a Swainsons Hawk that almost recall a Northern Harrier, though less distinct than in that species. The bird was apparently of an intermediate morph without the strong contrast between brown chest and white belly of the light morph and the wing linings only modestly paler than the undersides of the remiges. But it had the whole upperparts nearly uniform medium gray and the tail finely banded with dark, as well as the characteristic tapered wings. The bird was foraging, shortly before noon, and not migrating.In other news, I recently received at the San Diego Natural History Museum a Lewiss Woodpecker, found injured on 19 March 2017, given to the San Diego County Department of Animal Services, and transferred by one of its officers to Project Wildlife. Because of the multiple steps the information on the birds exact location was degraded, but Animal Services Lieutenant Laura Ward told me over the phone it was found along Dehesa Road. Therefore its very likely to be the same Lewiss Woodpecker initially reported by John Martin along Dehesa Road 0.4 mile west of Sloan Canyon Road on 26 January 2017 and seen there again by Jim Roberts on 4 March. The birds injuries were almost entirely internal; it made into a good study skin, and I saved the partial skeleton. This only the third Lewiss Woodpecker we have received at the museum from San Diego County or anywhere in southern California for over 30 years. Thanks to Kim Roth for reminding me of Johns report!Good birding,Philip UnittSan Diego





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Subject: Point La Jolla – Red-footed Booby adult white morph, 16 April 2017
Date: Sun Apr 16 2017 19:48 pm
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I think I was about to start preparing Easter Sunday lunch for guests when report of adult white morph RED-FOOTED BOOBY came over by text message! Dropped what I was doing and ran out the door! Lucky for me it was still sitting on the water off Point La Jolla when I arrived at 10 am to join Dean DiTomasso and Jim Pawlicki at the Bridge Club. Back home by 10:45am and still pulled off the lunch party preparations. Phew!

Distant photos by original finder Dean DiTomasso are included in my eBird report here http://ebird.org/ebird/view/ch...

What a great find by Dean. Still pinching myself I saw an adult white morph Red-footed Booby flying around with a Western Gull on its tail... wow!
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Subject: ID help please...
Date: Sun Apr 16 2017 17:23 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Started at the La Jolla Cove area where I saw one Back Oystercatcher and one Wandering Tatler, then did visited some friends before venturing back into East County, stopping at Lindo Lake for a short walk around the shallower lake on the East side. Nothing extraordinary except for one finch-like bird that has me totally buffaloed. It's probably an escapee, but...ya never know. Any help with the identification of this bird would be most appreciated. I have posted four photos on my flicker account:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/...

Thanks so much for any and all help. Happy Spring!
--
Waggin' tails,

Catherine

Author of "Attitude + Attention =Teamwork! Seven Steps to Success"Available thru www.gettoready.net
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Subject: Brown Boobies, loon flight
Date: Sun Apr 16 2017 15:15 pm
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I spent an hour seawatching this morning starting at 6:30AM from the end
of Seacoast Drive in Imperial Beach, and between 6:40-7:20AM had a total
of 7 northbound Brown Boobies--likely coming off the roost on Los
Coronados Islands. During the first half hour of light there was a major
push of Pacific Loons--the best I've ever seen in spring in San Diego,
where numbers in spring are typically fewer than from seawatch sites
from L.A. westward. They were passing at a rate of 300/minute, so a
total of about 4000 birds.

--Paul Lehman, San Diego



Subject: Fwd: Ad Red-footed Booby at La Jolla 4/16
Date: Sun Apr 16 2017 12:56 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Took off and heading well offshore now 1022.

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Date: Sun, Apr 16, 2017 at 9:49 AM
Subject: Fwd: Ad Red-footed Booby at La Jolla 4/16
To: sandiegoregionbirding@yahoogroups.com <
sandiegoregionbirding@yahoogroups.com>


It just showed up again 0948. With gull flock just offshore.

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Date: Sun, Apr 16, 2017 at 9:47 AM
Subject: Ad Red-footed Booby at La Jolla 4/16
To: sandiegoregionbirding@yahoogroups.com <
sandiegoregionbirding@yahoogroups.com>


Dean DiTommaso observed a light adult Red-footed Booby at La Jolla this
morning between approximately 7:30 and 8:00. It was last seen heading north
and being chased by WEGUs.


Jim Pawlicki
La Mesa, CA



Subject: Calliope Hummingbird, Pt Loma, April 16
Date: Sun Apr 16 2017 12:16 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
A male Calliope perched in our hibiscus bush for a while this
morning, making occasional short flights out and returning to the same
perch.

======================
Sara Baase Mayers
Point Loma (San Diego)
sarabirding@cox.net
======================



Subject: Fwd: Ad Red-footed Booby at La Jolla 4/16
Date: Sun Apr 16 2017 11:49 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
It just showed up again 0948. With gull flock just offshore.

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Date: Sun, Apr 16, 2017 at 9:47 AM
Subject: Ad Red-footed Booby at La Jolla 4/16
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sandiegoregionbirding@yahoogroups.com>


Dean DiTommaso observed a light adult Red-footed Booby at La Jolla this
morning between approximately 7:30 and 8:00. It was last seen heading north
and being chased by WEGUs.


Jim Pawlicki
La Mesa, CA



Subject: Ad Red-footed Booby at La Jolla 4/16
Date: Sun Apr 16 2017 11:47 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Dean DiTommaso observed a light adult Red-footed Booby at La Jolla this
morning between approximately 7:30 and 8:00. It was last seen heading north
and being chased by WEGUs.


Jim Pawlicki
La Mesa, CA



Subject: Tricoloreds at Rangeland Road, 4/15/17
Date: Sat Apr 15 2017 19:49 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
On a trip out to the San Ysabel Gallery (Joe Garcia, lots of wonderful bird paintings BTW), I stopped at Rangeland Road in Ramona to watch the nesting Tricolored Blackbirds shuttling back and forth between their nesting area--Ramona  water district's partially hidden pond--and the adjacent cow pastures and beyond. At first I saw nothing, except a few birds in the rushes of the WD pond dipping in and out. But then after waiting a bit, a good-sized flock of 60 or more would take flight and head to their feeding areas to the east. Then more would head east, then more. The tall grass hid most of the feeding birds, but occasionally something would frighten them, and swirls of blackbirds would take to the air.  I estimated the colony size at between 250-300 birds, as Michael Gonzales and Jim McCarthy found on our  recent state-wide Tricolored Blackbird  survey a week ago.  The breeding seems to be in  the nestling stage at the moment  because many females and males were gathering food (grasshopper larvae, grasshoppers, beetles etc).  I noticed that many of the foraging flocks that flew the farthest,   to an area just beyond the Bald Eagle nest (also occupied), were predominately male, whereas most of the flocks feeding by the side of Rangeland Road and nearer the nesting area, were females.  Overall, females predominated, but I think that is expected, because often there is one male to two nesting females. Unlike Redwings, these wonderful birds are colonial nesters like seabirds, and their nests are packed in together. Tricolored Blackbirds, which have  one of the smallest ranges of any species in North America, have declined precipitously. (see also the account in Phil Unitt's Bird Breeding Atlas).   They were given emergency Endangered status under the California Endangered Species Act in December, 2014, and this listing provided temporary (6 month) protection but was allowed to expire in June, 2015. The State status of the species is currently being considered for  permanent protection. This is a good time to check them out at the few breeding sites that remain.  


Susan Smith
Seiurus Biological Consulting
Del Mar, CA



Subject: Jacumba 4-15-17
Date: Sat Apr 15 2017 18:27 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Trent Stanley & I ventured out to zombieland this morning.


At the swamp and pond we found:
Nashville Warbler 2
Wilson's warblers 10 +
Yellow warblers - 3 seen, more heard
Audubon's warbler 2
Common yellow-throat 4
OC warbler 5
Lazuli bunting 2
Warbling vireo 2
Black-headed Grosbeak
Blackbirds, mainly tricolored, were streaming into the nesting areas with bugs. We noticed several newly fledged birds.
All three orioles were seen at the swamp.


Eric Kallen
Normal Heights



Subject: Nashville Warbler - Carmel Valley
Date: Sat Apr 15 2017 17:14 pm
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Nashville Warbler in east Switzer Canyon yesterday, along with a Wilsons and a Black-throated Gray.Martha
On Apr 15, 2017, at 1:53 PM, 'Geoffrey Rogers' rogersgl1952@gmail.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding] <SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:One Nashville at Stonewall Mine today.Geoffrey RogersSan Diego, CAFrom:SanDiegoRegionBirding@yahoogroups.com[mailto:SanDiegoRegionBirding@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf OfDavid Trisseldtrisse1@san.rr.com[SanDiegoRegionBirding]
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Subject:[SanDiegoRegionBirding] Nashville Warbler - Carmel ValleyA Nashville Warbler came through the backyard this morning. It flew north towards Gonzales Canyon.

Im curious if anyone is seeing any warblers besides the usual five (Yellow-rumped, Yellow, Wilsons, Orange-crowned, Townsends) coming through? I saw the March reports of Blackburnian and Painted Redstart, but usually there are a lot more reports of unusual warblers by now. Thoughts?

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Subject: Nashville Warbler - Carmel Valley
Date: Sat Apr 15 2017 15:56 pm
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One Nashville at Stonewall Mine today.Geoffrey RogersSan Diego, CAFrom: SanDiegoRegionBirding@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SanDiegoRegionBirding@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of David Trissel dtrisse1@san.rr.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding]
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Subject: [SanDiegoRegionBirding] Nashville Warbler - Carmel Valley A Nashville Warbler came through the backyard this morning. It flew north towards Gonzales Canyon.

Im curious if anyone is seeing any warblers besides the usual five (Yellow-rumped, Yellow, Wilsons, Orange-crowned, Townsends) coming through? I saw the March reports of Blackburnian and Painted Redstart, but usually there are a lot more reports of unusual warblers by now. Thoughts?

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Subject: overland Brant migration
Date: Sat Apr 15 2017 12:47 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Just after dawn this morning (Saturday) I watched a flock of 65 Brant at
moderate height fly past me, going east to west down the San Dieguito
River Valley in Fairbanks Ranch / Del Mar--heading for the coast. It is
very likely that this was a migrant flock that flew overnight from the
north end of the Gulf of California, via the southern Imperial Valley,
the San Diego County mountains, and on westward. There are certainly
lots of spring records of such northbound Brant (and scoters) from the
Salton Sea, and from the San Diego mountain lakes such as Henshaw and
Cuyamaca and even found walking along mountain roads near Julian, etc.
(especially when "knocked down" by inclement weather or strong
headwinds). Others continue north at the Salton Sea and cut west farther
north, such as probably through San Gorgonio Pass. But I don't think
there are many records showing what the birds do after they leave/pass
Lakes Henshaw, Cuyamaca, etc.--so here's one data point showing one
route. For more information, see the San Diego County Bird Atlas.

--Paul Lehman, San Diego



Subject: Nashville Warbler - Carmel Valley
Date: Sat Apr 15 2017 11:21 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
A Nashville Warbler came through the backyard this morning. It flew north towards Gonzales Canyon. 


Im curious if anyone is seeing any warblers besides the usual five (Yellow-rumped, Yellow, Wilsons, Orange-crowned, Townsends) coming through? I saw the March reports of Blackburnian and Painted Redstart, but usually there are a lot more reports of unusual warblers by now. Thoughts?


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San Diego, CA





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Subject: Kitchen Creek
Date: Fri Apr 14 2017 17:50 pm
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Thanks to Tom Meixner's great directions, I easily found two Gray Vireo on the Pacific Crest Trail. Heard them before I saw them, and they were extremely co-operative for the camera! Did not see the Canyon Wren, though I looked and looked. Next time.
It was fantastic birding today all around, Highlights were:Olive-sided FlycatcherNashville WarblersWarbling VireoGolden-crowned SparrowsBlack-chinned SparrowBullock's OriolesSteller's JayCalifornia QuailBlack-headed GrosbeakLazuli Bunting --no photo, though:-(
Could use some help confirming ID on two birds please:
Sharp-shinned Hawk --I think.Pacific-slope Flycatcher (thought at first it was a Willow, but now not sure.)
Photos of these two species are on my flicker:https://www.flickr.com/photos/...
Thanks in advance for your help!--
Waggin' tails,

Catherine

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Subject: Bird Apps
Date: Fri Apr 14 2017 16:46 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
I got some really good leads regarding guides for Thailand.  I've booked with one recommend by members of the group.  Now, I was wondering if any of you have an iPhone app for birds of Thailand.  I'm having a hard time finding any app for birds of Thailand.  Thank you.



Subject: Brown thrasher in Spring Valley
Date: Fri Apr 14 2017 10:42 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Rich just contacted me and he has a brown thrasher in Spring Valley, that
he believes has been there since Sunday. He just got back today to look for
the bird and relocated it and has good looks at it it is at the San Diego
National Wildlife Refuge and Spring Valley at the singer Lane access. Go 1
mile down river at the Woodbridge and it is on the west side.


Mark Stratton North Park, currently in Texas



Subject: Blackburnian Warbler, La Jolla boobies
Date: Thu Apr 13 2017 19:52 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
FYI: high count of brown boobies was 13+ on the Rancho Santa Fe CBC, 01/03/2017, 9 in the count circle, and 4+ just to the south of the circle, feeding over the orca pod.
San Diego CBC on 12/16/2016 had either 11 or 13.Otherwise, they've been few and far between.
Stan WalensSan Diego



On Apr 13, 2017, at 2:37 PM, Barbara Carlson barbarac2003@yahoo.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding] <SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:..And also early today, a La Jolla seawatch by Paul Lehman produced a good total of 7 Brown Boobies, all feeding simultaneously--probably the high count for county waters since back in December on the CBC; also 2 of the 3 continuing Black Oystercatchers, and a very good northbound flight of Pacific Loons (but only a measly 20 Black-vented Shearwaters).
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Subject: Blackburnian Warbler, La Jolla boobies
Date: Thu Apr 13 2017 16:53 pm
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This morning (13 April) the wintering female Blackburnian Warbler, looking brighter in yellow-orange tones, continues in the pines along Hibiscus Lane on Vacation Island. And also early today, a La Jolla seawatch by Paul Lehman produced a good total of 7 Brown Boobies, all feeding simultaneously--probably the high count for county waters since back in December on the CBC; also 2 of the 3 continuing Black Oystercatchers, and a very good northbound flight of Pacific Loons (but only a measly 20 Black-vented Shearwaters).
--Barbara Carlson, San Diego



Subject: FOS Bell's Vireo
Date: Thu Apr 13 2017 16:30 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Bell's Vireo seen today at Mission Trails regional Park along the riparian area along the road down Gate 9. Black-headed Grosbeak , a very joyous Bewick's Wren, and Western Kingbird also seen.
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Subject: Desert trip
Date: Thu Apr 13 2017 12:21 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; } Yesterday I decided to take a Desert run for migrants. I began the day at Kitchen Creek then went up S-2 to Aguascalientes's Caliente and finally stopped at Tamarisk Campground. I drove 230 miles for the day.
Birds of interest were 2 Gray Vireos on the PCT along with 2 Lazuli Buntings and a Canyon Wren. Just for laughs I stopped at the old Dolomite Mine along S-2 where to my surprise I had 1 Le Conte's Thrasher. My next stop was at Agua Caliente where I saw a Sage Thrasher, a Nashville Warbler, a female Scott's Oriole and an estimated 40 Phainopeplas. My last stop took me to Tamarisk Grove where I saw the Long-eared Owl.
What truly upset me at Tamarisk Grove was the very nice Ranger telling me of how VERY RUDE birders can be. He told me he had to chase people away from a paid camp site where the owl was roosting. COME ON PEOPLE PLEASE BEHAVE YOURSELVES WHEN BIRDING. DO NOT BE RUDE, TRAMPLE OTHERS PRIVACY AND ABOVE ALL DON'T BE OBNOXIOUS. IT REALLY PUTS OUR COMMUNITY IN A BAD LIGHT.
Tom "Mt. Goat" MeixnerMira Mesa


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Subject: SDFO Meeting announcement: Translocation of the Rimatara Lory in the South Pacific: Success or Failure?
Date: Wed Apr 12 2017 17:26 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
SDFO Event  Tuesday,
April 18, 2017 at 6:00 pmis our next meeting of San Diego Field
Ornithologists.

Program:
"Translocation of the Rimatara Lory in the South Pacific: Success or
Failure?" by Bruce Rideout

The Pacific islands harbor
some of the most interesting and beautiful birds in the world, but many species
have gone extinct since the arrival of Polynesians and Europeans, due to
hunting, habitat loss, and the impact of introduced predators and diseases.
Those that have survived are among the most endangered birds in the world. In
2007, a small population of Rimatara Lories was translocated from the island of
Rimatara in French Polynesia to Atiu in the Cook Islands in order to establish
a second population as a hedge against extinction. In 2016, the original
translocation team revisited Atiu to assess the success of this effort by
conducting a survey of the translocated population and evaluating progress in
the eradication effort for introduced mynahs. In this presentation, Bruce will
provide a brief background for this conservation effort, present the
conclusions of the program assessment, and share photos and recordings of the
birds of Atiu.

Bruce Rideout is a pathologist and disease investigation specialist for the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park, where he is director of the Wildlife Disease Laboratories. He received his DVM and PhD degrees from the University of California, Davis, completed a pathology residency at the National Zoo in Washington DC, and is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists. He is also a Research Fellow of The Peregrine Fund and participates in a variety of conservation efforts, including recovery programs for California condors, Mojave Desert tortoises, and Hawaiian forest birds. His research focuses primarily on infectious diseases of wildlife, avian embryo pathology, and disease risk assessments for reintroduction programs. In his spare time, he studies the songs and calls of terrestrial birds, and helps to organize pelagic birding trips for Buena Vista Audubon.

Click here forMeeting Details and Map.

Meetings are open to the public, but SDFO membership is encouraged. Click here forSDFO membership instructions.



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Subject: Carlsbad Chestnut-sided Warbler continues Wed. April 12
Date: Wed Apr 12 2017 14:57 pm
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Tito's wintering Chestnut-sided Warbler  (T. Gonzales, first report Nov 26, 2016) was seen again today, near the given 6355 Corte del Aberto, Carlsbad,  address. It was first found at about 7:45 am, east of its previously reported location, in the row of eucalyptuses on the hill in back of the Del Abeto Commerce Center area, viewed from the paved area in back of a large building, where there are 1-2 dumpsters. This is on the east (right) side of Corte del Aberto. The bird has nearly  completed its molt into breeding plumage, is looking pretty spiffy, and singing pretty regularly.



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Subject: WH Woodpecker - no
Date: Tue Apr 11 2017 20:09 pm
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My Ebird needs list today listed White-headed Woodpeckers at Fry Creek Campground on Palomar. For some reason, WH Woodpeckers are not listed as rare in that area even though it has been years since one was reported there. Too bad, as I wish I knew if the birds were identified by sound or sight. Anyway, I went up and spent some time this afternoon looking and listening. Sadly, I did not find any WH Woodpeckers. I did hear one rattle call that I could not identify, but never found the bird. Mountain Quail were around the campground calling from several directions.

I made a quick stop at Lake Henshaw and found 2 of the continuing Lewis's Woodpeckers.

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Subject: Chestnut-sided warbler 4/11
Date: Tue Apr 11 2017 11:54 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Address is 6355 Corte Del Abeto, Carlsbad. 

Jan

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On Apr 11, 2017, at 9:43 AM, Jan Nordenberg jnordenb@san.rr.com [SanDiegoRegionBirding] wrote:

Is being seen and singing at southeast corner of the 3655 Building at 9:40.

Jan

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Subject: Chestnut-sided warbler 4/11
Date: Tue Apr 11 2017 11:49 am
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Is being seen and singing at southeast corner of the 3655 Building at 9:40.

Jan

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Subject: results of 10 April san elijo monthly bird count
Date: Mon Apr 10 2017 23:45 pm
From: SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
 
Thanks to 18 participants for conducting the 10 Apr 2017 San Elijo Lagoon monthly bird count: Steve Brad (seawatch; Nature Center); Lea Squires (beach); Edie Berendsen, Barry Lindgren, Bradley Nussbaum, Elizabeth Venrick (Pole Rd); Kathy Aldern, Gail DeLalla, Jeff Clingan, Steve Perry, Heather Rubiles, Frimmel Smith (CBS= Rios to freeway); Jayne Lesley, Erica Mills, Bill Mittendorff (EBS = La Orilla to Sta Inez); Robert Patton (Beach, West Basin; EBNW = dike; EBNE = Escondido Cr; Cardiff Cove); Don Johnson, Denise Riddle (EBE = Stonebridge Mesa).  (I apologize if I missed anyone or for any misspellings).



Notable species included American bittern in flight NE of Sta Carina, common poorwill calling pre-dawn off Sta Carina, black-throated gray warbler & golden-crowned sparrow along the Rios trail.



113 species were recorded: Pacific loon, common loon, loon sp., eared grebe, western grebe, black-vented shearwater, brown pelican, double-crested cormorant, Brandts cormorant, American bittern, great blue heron, great egret, snowy egret, black-crowned night-heron, white-faced ibis, green-winged teal, mallard, blue-winged teal, cinnamon teal, northern shoveler, gadwall, American wigeon, red-breasted merganser, ruddy duck, osprey, white-tailed kite, northern harrier, Coopers hawk, red-shouldered hawk, red-tailed hawk, American kestrel, peregrine falcon, California quail, Ridgways rail, Virginia rail, sora, American coot, snowy plover, semipalmated plover, killdeer, black-necked stilt, American avocet, greater yellowlegs, spotted sandpiper, willet, whimbrel, long-billed curlew, ruddy turnstone, black turnstone, sanderling, western sandpiper, least sandpiper, red-necked phalarope, ring-billed gull, California gull, western gull, royal tern, Forsters tern, tern sp., rock pigeon, Eurasian collared-dove, mourning dove, common poorwill, white-throated swift, Annas hummingbird, Allens hummingbird, Allens/rufous hummingbird sp., belted kingfisher, Nuttalls woodpecker, downy woodpecker, Pacific-slope flycatcher, black phoebe, Says phoebe, ash-throated flycatcher, Cassins kingbird, horned lark, barn swallow, rough-winged swallow, California scrub jay, American crow, common raven, bushtit, Bewicks wren, house wren, marsh wren, blue-gray gnatcatcher, California gnatcatcher, western bluebird, hermit thrush, wrentit, northern mockingbird, California thrasher, American pipit, European starling, Bells vireo, Huttons vireo, warbling vireo, orange-crowned warbler, yellow warbler, yellow-rumped warbler, black-throated gray warbler, common yellowthroat, black-headed grosbeak, spotted towhee, California towhee, Beldings savannah sparrow, song sparrow, golden-crowned sparrow, white-crowned sparrow, red-winged blackbird, brown-headed cowbird, hooded oriole, house finch, lesser goldfinch, American goldfinch, house sparrow.



The next monthly bird count will be 8 May.
R. Patton
San Diego, CA



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