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Any juvenile Heermann's Gulls?

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Later yesterday afternoon (Jul 19, 6:45pm), there turned out to be 10 juvenile Heermann's Gulls (amongst 86 adults; there had been 93 adults earlier), 77
David Ellsworth
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Jul 20

non-native birds

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I agree with Kimball that the threat to native species from whydahs is likely minimal. Cowbirds have multiple advantages over smaller host-species such as
James Pike
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Jun 30

Verdin at Woodley Park?

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Thank you. Flat grey, no striping bird with brightish yellow face and neck. A bit bigger than a bushtit, alone and not flitting around constantly. There
Brian
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Jun 11

White eyed Vireo Saturday 6/3/

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White-eyed vireo still present --heard in elderberry near top paved road just west of seep. (Sun., 6:30). Chris Dean Silver Lake Sent from my iPhone
Chris Dean
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Jun 4

White-eyed Vireo still at the Playa Vista Riparian Corridor

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Fri 2 June The vireo was singing when I arrived at the hillside seep at around 6:50 AM, joining Becky Turley and Mark Scheel who had been following it. During
stvrtstvrt
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Jun 2

Possible White-eyed Vireo at the Playa Vista Riparian Corridor

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We (Jonathan Coffin, Roy van de Hoek, a journalist and a staffer for the local city council office) documented Least Bell's Vireo in this very same location
Marcia Hanscom
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May 31

"Xantus'" Murrelet at Cabrillo Beach

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Hi David et al. It is indeed a Guadalupe Murrelet. The bird seems to have suffered some trauma to the left side of the head (and parts of the back) that
Bernardo Alps
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May 26

Tennessee Warbler in Exposition Park

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Edmond Griffin
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May 26
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