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  • Yesterday afternoon, 10/22/15, we had brief looks at a sparrow at Galileo Hill (Silver Saddle Ranch) on the eastern Kern desert. Ken took two photos of this bird. We believe this birds was a Le Conte's Sparrow. We returned to Galileo this morning hoping to get more photos, but we were not able to relocate the bird. Yesterday, this bird was seen on the wooden border that is next to...
    kbgoldennugget2@... Oct 23, 2015
  • This morning , 9/6/15, at 9:00 AM, we observed what we believe is a probable continuing Prairie Warbler. A Prairie Warbler was seen a few days ago in Apollo Park in Lancaster, CA. by other birders. We are hoping the bird we saw today in the same location is the Prairie Warbler seen earlier by other birders. This would be a life bird for us. Ken took a photo of this bird from a...
    kbgoldennugget2@... Sep 6, 2015
  • Western Bluebirds nesting on the Kern River Golf Course have successfully nested, and the four nestlings have fledged. The last nestling fledged on 7/29/13. The Kern River Golf Course is a public golf course east of Bakersfield. This golf course is across from Lake Ming. We observed the nest from the public road that is next to the fence. The nest tree is across the street from the...
    Ken and Brenda Kyle Jul 31, 2013
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  • Today, Tuesday, 6/14/11, at 3:00PM, we saw an Eastern Kingbird at the DWP which is private property on the eastern Kern desert. The Eastern Kingbird was seen close to the fence which is next to Jawbone Canyon Rd. We were able to see the bird by standing on the dirt shoulder and looking thru the fence. The bird was seen mainly in the shaded area to the left of a small white trailer...
    Ken and Brenda Kyle Jun 14, 2011
  • Late yesterday afternoon, Monday, 3/8/10, we observed a bird that we believe is an Eastern Phoebe. We have placed two photos of this bird into the photo album labeled Birds in the Calbirds photo section. We observed this bird lowering it's tail downward. It did not flip it's tail upward. We did not observe an eyering. The bill was black. In the photos the primary projection is not...
    Ken and Brenda Kyle Mar 9, 2010
  • Today, Thursday, 1/14/10, we saw the Brown Thrasher that has been previously reported by other birders on kercobirding. It continues in the same location at A.W.Noon Park in Kern County. The entrance road leads to the Buena Vista Golf Course. The Buena Vista Golf Course is on Golf Course Road, west of the Buena Vista Aquatic Recreation Area and east of the hamlet of Dustin Acres...
    Ken and Brenda Kyle Jan 14, 2010
  • Today, Tuesday, 6/2/09, at noon, we saw a PAINTED REDSTART at Galileo Hill/Silver Saddle Ranch in Kern County. The Painted Redstart was in trees just south of the creek and next to the small bridge. This area is across from the entrance to the hotel. Ken and Brenda Kyle Bakersfield
    Ken and Brenda Kyle Jun 3, 2009
  • This mornng, Thursday, 10-9-08, at Galileo Hill, Ken and I saw a bird that we believe to be a Wood Thrush. We have placed one photo of this bird into the Calbirds photo section into the album labeled Birds. Please check this photo before taking off to look for this bird. This bird was seen first coming out from under an Oleander bush west of the stables. It then flew to the trees...
    Ken and Brenda Kyle Oct 9, 2008
  • Yesterday,Tuesday, 5/6/08, while at Galileo Hill-Silver Saddle Resort in the eastern Kern desert, we observed and photographed an unusual warbler. We believe this warbler is a hybrid. It was seen with a few Yellow-rumped Warblers(Audubon's) near the bicycle racks. We would appreciate your help in identifying this warbler. Seven photos of this hybrid warbler can be viewed in the...
    Ken and Brenda Kyle May 7, 2008
  • A male and female Hairy Woodpecker have nearly completed excavating what we believe will be their nest site east of Bakersfield in the San Joaquin Valley. We will let you know if they successfully nest. Ken and Brenda Kyle Bakersfield
    Ken and Brenda Kyle Apr 2, 2008