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Hammond's Flycatcher in Tri-City Park At noon (Dec. 5) I saw a Hammond's Flycatcher in Tri-City Park. It was moving between those trees around the Shelter #1, east of the lake. Thank Tom Benson for
Re: leucistic sparrow at BC I may have snapped a pic of said bird back in October. It was just behind the main sign, to the right of the foot bridge at the parking lot of PCH.
leucistic sparrow at BC I'm wondering if anyone has seen or photographed a leucistic Savannah Sparrow at Bolsa Chica recently? During the noon-hour, I initially spotted an overall
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Magnolia Marsh There was a lot of excitement at the usually quiet Magnolia Marsh in HB this morning. A Northern Harrier flew overhead and then dove down into the pickleweed,
Fox sparrow - Creekside Park - Aliso Viejo, CA - 12/3/2013 Stopped by this park where I saw a Mountain Chickadee earlier this year. I haven't been here in a few months. I saw (2) Fox Sparrows along the hill closest
Cedar Waxwings and Hooded Mergansers There is a little wee pond out on Santiago Canyon Road (so side) between Modjeska Canyon Road and Modjeska Grade Road. For the last several days, there have
Santiago Oaks Bird Walk, 12-01-13 Hello, Yesterday's Sea and Sage Audubon Santiago Oaks Walk had a few unexpected surprises, including a Northern Harrier and about a dozen or so Band-tailed
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Ferruginous Hawk at Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station There has been a Ferruginous Hawk at Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station for the last week. Most recent sighting this morning well inside the base. However
A few minor items from the last week(+) Nothing too exciting here, but just a little recap on some minor things. First, going back to Saturday (23 November), there was a male Wilson's Warbler at
Black Oystercatcher at Crescent Bay Hi, went to lots of places this holiday but the only new sighting for this year was a Black Oystercatcher on the rocks down below the viewpoint at Crescent Bay
Brown Creeper at Huntington Central Park (photos) Upon entering the park at the Slater street parking area and bearing left on the trail, I had detected a call I wasn't too familiar with but opted to track
Black and White Warbler, Clark Park Yesterday, November 29, my wife and I found a Black-and-white Warbler at Ralph B. Clark Park in Buena Park. It was foraging on the trunks of the pink
Re: Black Star Canyon Sherry, While the color of the upperparts in the photos of your scrub-jay is a paler blue than is typical of the coastal subspecies, I agree with others that
Interior Western Scrub Jay in Black Star Canyon If anyone would like to go and try to find the bird, head to Black Star Canyon Road which turns off northerly from Silverado Canyon Road just after you turn
Re: Peregrine falcons, San Joaquin WS, 11/27/13 Charles, perhaps the falcons were having Thanksgiving early. This is what I saw around ten this morning: [image: Inline image 1] -- Wendy Miller Huntington
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Male and Female Ruby-crowned Kinglets (photos) Laguna Niguel While walking near the tennis courts yesterday there seem to be very little birding activity around 2:30 pm. Within 30 minutes approximately 6 Ruby-crowned
Peregrine falcons, San Joaquin WS, 11/27/13 Hi birders: Just before 8 am today I had two peregrine falcons at pond 2 at San Joaquin. Both were on the larger, easternmost island. Every now and then
Re: Craig Regional Park birds At 7am (Nov 27) there was a Black-and-white Warbler working a sycamore between the playground and the intersection of the walking path and the State College
Re: Peter's Canvasback Another spot that tends to get Canvasbacks is Victoria Pond along Victoria Avenue in Talbert Regional Park (South). It might have been the only spot that had
Re: Peter's Canyon Reservoir Hey Trish, Congrats on the Canvasbacks. This species has certainly declined in the county in recent years, and would guess elsewhere throughout the region as
Peter's Canyon Reservoir Birders I spent about 2 hours scoping the reservoir and immediate surrounding area from near the Ranger Station this morning. I finally got my life Canvasback.
Re: Black Star Canyon Scrub Jay Sherry, I believe that this bird falls within the range of variation for a coastal Western Scrub-Jay, and in fact I think that the brightness of the blue in
San Joaquin Wildlife 11-24-13 (Total 43 Species) Hello OC Birders, If anyone is interested in the complete list comprised by Monte Taylor and myself please visit this link
Re: Black Star Canyon Scrub Jay It was a Flickr "set" linked in the original message: http://www.flickr.com/photos/canyon53ss/sets/72157638024829215/
Re: Black Star Canyon Scrub Jay Hi! Where is the picture? Can't seem to find it in the photostream or in any of the albums on the website. Ed Ed Stonick Pasadena, CA ... Hi Sherry, With the
Re: Black Star Canyon Scrub Jay Hi Sherry, With the paler blue upper parts and minimal necklace, this does indeed look like a _woodhouseii_ interior Western Scrub Jay. This subspecies has
Re: Fox and Rufous-crowned Sparrows Oops, took this picture of a Rufous-crowned Sparror. Rick Shearer again ... Hi, saw one of the Tucker Fox Sparrows, Sooty. Then climbed a bit of the Harding
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Fox and Rufous-crowned Sparrows Hi, saw one of the Tucker Fox Sparrows, Sooty. Then climbed a bit of the Harding Truck Trail where I took this picture.
Black Star Canyon Scrub Jay Being sick (and sick of being sick), I got in the car today and parked next to a giant water puddle along Black Star Canyon Road. I photographed a number of
More fox sparrows, Tucker Wildlife, 11/24/2013 I dragged the missus out to Tucker Wildlife this morning in hopes of photographing both the reddish fox sparrow and the sharp-shinned hawk. We were not able
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