Below is Sean McAllister's message to NWCALBIRD that got garbled up on
sialia.com for some reason. Many of us got excellent views of the bird this
morning shortly after Sean initially refound the bird. I added the area code
to the birdbox # for any out-of-towners that are interested in chasing the
bird and want to listen to the messages.
Sean got photos of the bird which I'm sure he'll share later......
14 October 2010
The CASSIN'S SPARROW continues today, in the location described on the bird
box (707.822-5666). Approximately 1/2 - 3/4 mile downstream from the
shoreline market in Orick, along the south levee road. Look for a rock on
the stream side of the road with "23" painted on it. Thats the spot.
I also had two SWAMP SPARROWS and a NORTHERN MOCKINGBIRD nearby there.
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