- I've seen no recent reports on the Black Meadow Landing Cactus Garden Curve-billed Thrasher. I'd like to go looking, but it's a long way and I wonder if anyone has seen it recently OR missed it recently.
Any info would be much appreciated.
San Luis Obispo, CA USA
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- Bill and others,
The latest report that I know of was from Todd Easterlea on the 20th of
February. He also found a second CB Thrasher below Parker Dam. Directions
are as follows (from the SE CA RBA by John Green):
It was at the Quail Hollow Day Use
Area 11.9 miles north of the Earp-Parker Bridge on the CA side. It was
on the river's edge at 0830 in the riparian scrub area east of the
trailers. On lawn and in willows along the river and upriver. At Big
River, John found a female AMERICAN REDSTART at the snack bar and park
on the riverbank. Big River is south of Highway 62, on the California
side of the river.
Sandy Koonce (SBE County compiler for North American Birds)
Department of Mathematics
University of Redlands, Redlands, CA 92373
> From: William Bouton
> Sent: Monday, March 8, 2004 9:55 AM
> To: Calbirds
> Subject: [CALBIRDS] Curve-billed?
> Importance: Low
> I've seen no recent reports on the Black Meadow Landing Cactus Garden
> Curve-billed Thrasher. I'd like to go looking, but it's a long way and I
> wonder if anyone has seen it recently OR missed it recently.
> Any info would be much appreciated.
> Bill Bouton
> San Luis Obispo, CA USA
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