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  • Birders2@aol.com
    Greetings, White Wagtail: We have had some out of town guests, who along with my wife, (Irma saw it Sunday) where not able to find the Wagtail yesterday,
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 19, 2012
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      Greetings,


      White Wagtail: We have had some out of town guests, who along with my
      wife, (Irma saw it Sunday) where not able to find the Wagtail yesterday, the
      18th, nor were our guest able to see it this morning 19th. There were no
      kelp-flies around either yesterday or today. We have had high winds the
      last two days, which may have disturb the micro-environment of the beach.


      Gray Hawk: The party, including Irma, saw the Gray Hawk today, 19th,
      around 3:00 PM, near the Salt Shop, before it flew across the freeway, landing
      on the wires near the nursery, on the north side of the fwy.

      Great birding and find that next lifer,

      John (One of Birders2)

      John + Irma = 2, we are birders, too.

      John C. LeVine Birders2@... Los Angeles, CA

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