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Nutting's Flycatcher in Santa Cruz again

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  • Matt Brady
    The NUTTING S FLYCATCHER was seen again today in the olive tree at 1425 Laurel Street in Santa Cruz, at about 4:30 in the afternoon. It was still there at
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 7, 2003
      The NUTTING'S FLYCATCHER was seen again today in the olive tree at 1425
      Laurel Street in Santa Cruz, at about 4:30 in the afternoon. It was still
      there at 5:15, when we left for the day. It was being pretty still, so it
      may be roosting there tonight. It was in the olive tree with the tree fort
      in it, so if you get there early enough, you may be able to watch it wake
      up. Before 8:30 AM and again at about 4:30 PM seems to be the most reliable
      times, as the bird hadn't been seen since about 8:30, then appeared again as
      it did yesterday. We tacked a sheet of paper to the gate between the back
      yard of 1425 and the dirt drive way for people to report local sighting of
      interest and to keep tabs on the Nutting's movements. Someone wrote that
      they saw 37 GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GEESE flying over Westlake Pond today, but
      they didn't give any other details, and they didn't put their name down. If
      the person that saw those birds reads this, please write to David Suddjian,
      the Santa Cruz County birds records compiler, with details, as this is a
      very high count for the area. His email is dsuddjian@....

      Good birding
      Matt Brady
      Santa Cruz, CA

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