- Hi all,
Just returned from a beautiful day on the Centerville (Humboldt County) CBC.
No megararities but the total of 178 species is above average and included
some nice birds. I dont have the details on where these birds were seen,
but the highlights were:
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (1 female) I missed where this was.
Barrows Goldeneye one female off King Salmon, and one female on the Salt
Common Yellowthroat one male at the Eel River Wildlife Area
Costas Hummingbird one coming to a private home in Fortuna
Clay-colored Sparrow 2 birds along the Salt River and a third in Ferndale.
Black-throated Gray Warbler one in Ferndale
Tennessee Warbler one along the Salt River
Barns Swallow ? at the Humboldt Bay NWR
Horned Lark (actually one of the best birds of the count) one foraging with
Sanderlings(!) along Centerville Beach
Ancient Murrelet offshore
Red Phalarope - offshore
Ron LeValley, Senior Biologist
Mad River Biologists
1497 Central Avenue
McKinleyville, CA 95519
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