752South Coast Report - 11/1
- Nov 1, 2003Sat 11/1 - Today was a banner day on the coast for SNOW GEESE. On North
Windy Hollow Rd at 0900 I had a group of 45 SNGO and six ROSS'S GEESE
fly overhead. An hour later on Miner Hole Rd I had another group of 50
SNGO and one ROSO fly over. Finally at 1130 I had a third group of 25
SNGO flying south over the ocean from Point Arena Lighthouse Rd.
Other birds of interest were a PALM WARBLER along the Garcia River at
the end of Miner Hole Rd. Also on Miner Hole Rd was a daggetti
RED-BREASTED SAPSUCKER. At the north end of Windy Hollow Rd South
were a pair of tan-striped WHITE-THROATED SPARROWS. Finally, there was
a pair of GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GEESE on Hunters Lagoon. There were no
swans on the Garcia Flats and there was no Tropical Kingbird at mm 35.18
of Hwy 1.
Of non-bird note were two bobcats, one on Miner Hole Rd and one along
North Windy Hollow Rd.
- Matthew Matthiessen
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