Spent this morning (Sat 9/14) birding the south coast. Best bird of the
day was the continuing AMERICAN AVOCET that Jerry White found yesterday
at Hunter's Lagoon. Today the bird was working the north shore shallows
at the west end of the lagoon.
Other birds of local note were two immature BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT-HERONS
on the Garcia River at the end of Miner Hole Rd, five MARBLED GODWITS on
the beach just north of the Garcia Rivermouth, and a PEREGRINE FALCON
having a grand time harrassing a raven over the Garcia Flats.
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