RE: [CALBIRDS] SF Visit
- Malcolm & Calbirders:
The San Francisco Field Ornithologists website -- www.sffo.org -- has
good info on where to bird in the City of San Francisco.
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From: Malcolm [mailto:malcolm@...]
Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 1:14 PM
Subject: [CALBIRDS] SF Visit
I'm going to be making my second ever visit to San Francisco / Redwood
Shores from the UK in a couple of weeks time and was wondering what I
should be looking out for and where at this time of year. Please bear in
mind I will be relying on public transport for any visits and I'm not
necessarilly after US rarities - an ordinary Brewers Blackbird will be
relatively new to me whereas Wigeons and Tufted Ducks I can see any time
I want over here.
So far I'm considering Shoreline at Mountain View towards the south of
the Bay, Fort Funston / Lake Merced, the Cliff House area and Golden
Gate park as being likely spots, based mostly on the SF specialities
page at towhee.net. Are these reasonable targets or should I be
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