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Echo Park Lake/Vista Hermosa CBC results 12/29/13

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  • Judith Raskin
    The weather was fair and sunny, a perfect day for the six intrepid souls who identified 28 species at Echo Park Lake, with a total of 735 individuals.  Later
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 30, 2013
      The weather was fair and sunny, a perfect day for the six intrepid souls who identified 28 species at Echo Park Lake, with a total of 735 individuals.  Later at Vista Hermosa, we found 15 species and 97 individuals.
       
      Echo Park Lake
       
      4    American wigeon
      22  Mallard
      27  Ring-necked duck
      1    Lesser scaup
      3    Bufflehead
      43  Ruddy Duck
      20  Pied-billed grebe
      2    Great blue heron
      4    Great egret
      5    Snowy egret
       
      5    Green heron
      268 American coot
      166 Rock pigeon
      2    Mourning dove
      10  Yellow-chevroned parakeet
      2    Anna's hummingbird
      2    Allen's hummingbird
      2    Acorn woodpecker
      8    Black phoebe
      1    Western scrub-jay
       
      17  American crow
      30  Bushtit
      2    Northern mockingbird
      37  European starling
      6    Yellow-rumped warbler
      35   Brewer's blackbird
      2    Great-tailed grackle
      9    House sparrow
       
      Vista Hermosa
      12  Western gull
      1    Rock pigeon
      1    Allen's hummingbird
      4    Western scrub-jay
      18   Bushtit
      1    Ruby-crowned kinglet
      6    Northern mockingbird
      31  European starling
      1    Yellow-rumped warbler
      1    Spotted towhee
      6    California towhee
      3    White-crowned sparrow
      1    Golden-crowned sparrow
      10   House sparrow.
       
      Judy Raskin - Echo Park
      and Mary Test, Dave Surtees, Pat Dung, Langdon Faust and Joelle Dobrow.


    • j. borden
      Hullo Judy, Thanks for the information. It looks like the birds are discovering the lake again. Best, Susan To: EchoElysianNCForum@yahoogroups.com From:
      Message 2 of 2 , Dec 31, 2013
        Hullo Judy,
        Thanks for the information.  It looks like the birds are discovering the lake again. 
         Best,
        Susan

        To: EchoElysianNCForum@yahoogroups.com
        From: echoparkcac@...
        Date: Mon, 30 Dec 2013 20:59:29 -0800
        Subject: [EchoElysianNCForum] Echo Park Lake/Vista Hermosa CBC results 12/29/13

         
        The weather was fair and sunny, a perfect day for the six intrepid souls who identified 28 species at Echo Park Lake, with a total of 735 individuals.  Later at Vista Hermosa, we found 15 species and 97 individuals.
         
        Echo Park Lake
         
        4    American wigeon
        22  Mallard
        27  Ring-necked duck
        1    Lesser scaup
        3    Bufflehead
        43  Ruddy Duck
        20  Pied-billed grebe
        2    Great blue heron
        4    Great egret
        5    Snowy egret
         
        5    Green heron
        268 American coot
        166 Rock pigeon
        2    Mourning dove
        10  Yellow-chevroned parakeet
        2    Anna's hummingbird
        2    Allen's hummingbird
        2    Acorn woodpecker
        8    Black phoebe
        1    Western scrub-jay
         
        17  American crow
        30  Bushtit
        2    Northern mockingbird
        37  European starling
        6    Yellow-rumped warbler
        35   Brewer's blackbird
        2    Great-tailed grackle
        9    House sparrow
         
        Vista Hermosa
        12  Western gull
        1    Rock pigeon
        1    Allen's hummingbird
        4    Western scrub-jay
        18   Bushtit
        1    Ruby-crowned kinglet
        6    Northern mockingbird
        31  European starling
        1    Yellow-rumped warbler
        1    Spotted towhee
        6    California towhee
        3    White-crowned sparrow
        1    Golden-crowned sparrow
        10   House sparrow.
         
        Judy Raskin - Echo Park
        and Mary Test, Dave Surtees, Pat Dung, Langdon Faust and Joelle Dobrow.



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