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  • vireos44
    Hi, Just back from a jaunt to the eastern and northern Mojave. On Mon Sept 11 (through the 15th), a Pectoral Sandpiper was at the Barstow ponds, and a HY Black
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 15, 2006
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      Hi,

      Just back from a jaunt to the eastern and northern Mojave. On Mon
      Sept 11 (through the 15th), a Pectoral Sandpiper was at the Barstow
      ponds, and a HY Black Tern and 2 Solitary Sandpipers were at the
      Baker ponds. On Sept 12, the Wood Thrush was still at Crystal
      Spring. I dropped off a load of grapes for 'Woody' in case he/she
      ever decides to fatten up, molt, and get out of that dead-end (both
      literal and figurative). On to Furnace Creek golf course, where
      there was a Virginia's Warbler and another Solitary. On Sept 13, a
      male Chestnut-sided Warbler was at the FC Inn, along with a Clay-
      colored Sparrow. Three Wood Ducks and an Osprey were on the golf
      course, and a male Prothonotary Warbler was in juniper trees behind
      the restroom at Scotty's Castle. On the return trip, a mostly
      alternate adult Sabine's Gull was at the airport pond (through the
      14th). On Sept 14, a Lucy's Warbler was in mesquite near the FC
      hotel, a Northern Waterthrush was in Shoshone, and 17 Forster's
      Terns were in Tecopa. Today, a Tennessee Warbler, Willet, and HY
      Sabine's Gull were at the Baker ponds, and a HY Common Tern at the
      Barstow ponds.

      Jim Pike
      Huntington Beach
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