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FW: [CALBIRDS] White Wagtail still present

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  • Ed Stonick
    Anyone in the Pasadena/LA area interested in a chase :-) beginning early tomorrow morning? If so, please let me know ASAP. I can drive. Regards, Ed Ed
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 28, 2009
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      Anyone in the Pasadena/LA area interested in a chase :-) beginning early
      tomorrow morning? If so, please let me know ASAP. I can drive.



      Regards,

      Ed



      Ed Stonick

      Pasadena, CA

      edstonick@... <mailto:stonicks@...>





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      From: CALBIRDS@yahoogroups.com [mailto:CALBIRDS@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
      Of Matthew Dodder
      Sent: Monday, December 28, 2009 1:29 PM
      To: Paul Keller
      Cc: calbirds@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [CALBIRDS] White Wagtail still present





      We Just left the WHITE WAGTAIL at the wastewater facility in Santa
      Maria from 12:00-1:15. It was EASILY seen from outside the fence along
      the back edge of the facility.

      Matthew Dodder
      Mountain View, CA
      Http://www.birdguy. <Http://www.birdguy.net> net

      Sent from my iPhone

      On Dec 27, 2009, at 11:58 PM, Paul Keller <wrentitpk@verizon.
      <mailto:wrentitpk%40verizon.net> net> wrote:

      > The Santa Maria CBC uncovered a **WHITE WAGTAIL** at the Laguna
      > Sewage Treatment Plant at about 3pm and it appeared off and on until
      > at least 3:30pm. A later search from 4pm to 5pm failed to find the
      > bird. It's an adult and quite tame.
      > Jamie Chavez gives the following directions: Laguna Sanitation is
      > west of Santa Maria. Take Betteravia Rd. west
      > through the city until it Y's at Mahoney Rd. Veer left. This turns
      > into
      > Black Road a short distance ahead as you head south toward Highway 1.
      > Immediately beyond the community of Tanglewood, take Dutard St. west
      > (you could easily pass it by) and drive to the end of the road to
      > reach
      > the plant.
      > He also adds: We can't stress enough the importance of checking in at
      > the office as
      > instructed. When I arrived there was nobody in the office so I waited
      > until I saw someone and had permission to enter. There was a time NO
      > birding was allowed there so please be on your best behavior.
      > Aaron or Jeremy will be on duty at the plant tomorrow (Monday) from
      > 6:30am to 5pm and have been generous with their friendliness,
      > cooperation and forbearance. They know where the bird has been seen.
      > The WHWA was only maybe 100 m from the office about the circular tank
      > with the rotating aerator and just across the dirt road by the
      > concrete-lined pond.
      > Alex R. Abela took photos: <http://www.flickr
      <http://www.flickr.com/photos/> com/photos/
      > 78394132@N00/4221510046/in/photostream/>.
      > John Deacon was the group leader for the back country section of the
      > CBC. His intimate and detailed knowledge of this area is remarkable.
      > Without his leadership, this WHWA might very well have passed the
      > winter unnoticed.
      >
      > Paul Keller
      > SB Vandenberg Village
      >
      >

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