Los Angeles RBA November 30, 2006
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* Los Angeles RBA
* November 30, 2006
- Birds mentioned
California Bird Records Committee:
Report sightings on the rare bird report form:
Hotline: Los Angeles Rare Bird Alert
Telephone Number: (323) 874-1318
E-mail reports to: JonF60@...
Coverage: Los Angeles County, Ventura County.
This is the Los Angeles Rare Bird Alert for Thursday November 30, 2006.
Please report sightings to Jon Fisher at 818-544-5009 or via e-mail to
Several WHITE-WINGED SCOTERS (male and 2 females) and a BLACK SCOTER
(female) were seen off Dockweiler State Beach in El Segundo on November 30.
Scope the scoter flock from the Hyperion Overlook parking area or from the
beach near Lifeguard Platform #58.
The ROCK SANDPIPER on the jetties at the Ballona Creek mouth continued
through November 25. Parking is at the end of Pacific on the south side of
the Ballona Channel. Continue from here on foot to the jetties which will
be on your left. The bird has been mainly on the south and middle jetty,
often mingling with Surbirds and Black Turnstones.
The RUFF just north of Willow Street on the LA River is still present. It
was last reported on November 25.
The THICK-BILLED KINGBIRD at Banning Park in Wilmington was seen through
Single VARIED THRUSHES were at Ladera Park in Ladera Heights on November 25
and at El Dorado Park in Long Beach in Area 2 on November 28. Also at El
Dorado Park was a GRAY FLYCATCHER south of Snake Road and west of the
A BALD EAGLE was seen flying over El Dorado Park in Long Beach on November
30. Also present that same day was a SUMMER TANAGER in Area 3 on the west
side of the north lake.
The PAINTED REDSTART at Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas continues near
Two WHITE-THROATED SPARROWS were at Sand Dune Park in Manhattan Beach from
November 26-30. Both birds were in the south part of the park.
This report is sponsored by the Los Angeles Audubon Society.
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Jon L Fisher
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