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  • Gjon_Hazard@fws.gov
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      This seems worthy enough for CALBIRDS distribution...

      Additional posts are on the SDBIRDS and CountyBirders lists. These may be
      accessed at:

      http://digest.sialia.com/?region=2

      Sincerely,
      -Gjon

      Carlsbad


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      This morning (Thurs, Aug 9) around 8:45AM, visiting birders Steve and Diane
      Rose (formerly of Ventura Co., now of Nevada Co. in the Sierra Nevada)
      found a RED-FACED WARBLER in the Laguna Mountains at Horse Heaven
      Campground on the Sunrise Highway. Horse Heaven is just a few miles to the
      northwest of Mount Laguna. They said the bird was watched for about 5
      minutes in an oak tree at the bottom of the downhill in the road as one
      enters the campground, just before where the road splits. The bird flew out
      the back of the tree and seemingly up a slope with scattered oaks and
      pines, and they spent another 1-1/2 hours trying to re-find the bird, but
      with NO luck. They said it was pretty hot up there after mid-morning, and
      with pretty limited bird activity--so probably the earlier one looks the
      better!!

      This bird could have summered in that area so will be lingering, but it
      could also be a migrant--Red-faced Warblers are early fall migrants and are
      already on the move now--and may never be seen again....

      --Paul Lehman, San Diego


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