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1968Monterey Seabirds

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  • Roger Wolfe
    Mar 3, 2003
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      There are still plenty of spaces for left for this Sunday's Monterey
      Seabirds trip. There are still good numbers of Ancient Murrelets and
      other interesting alcids in the bay. Gray Whales are still in migration
      and there have been a number of recent Killer Whale sightings too. There
      is still a good chance for Laysan Albatross at this time. Call
      831.375-4658 or go to http://www.montereyseabirds.com to sign up. The
      Creagrus himself, Don Roberson, will have some quality help leading this

      Other rarities and birds of interest in the Monterey Bay area at this time:

      Santa Cruz area:

      Least Flycatcher at Natural Bridges State Park across Delaware Ave from
      Antonelli Pond

      Red-naped Sapsucker- follow sign to natural area behind apartments at
      the end of Felix St. off Laurel St.

      Monterey area:

      Zone-tailed Hawk-very elusive, seen mostly from the W side of Carmel
      Middle School just W of the intersection of Highway 1 and Carmel Valley Rd.

      California Condors-released birds- at the 40 mile marker on Highway 1
      south of Big Sur. Use the pullout and look up.

      Williamson's Sapsucker- Del Monte forest off Highway 68

      Black-throated Green Warbler in Laguna Grande park in Seaside.Near the
      footbridge behind the Russian Orthodox church.

      Roger Wolfe
      Monterey Bay
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