- This morning (Sun, Jan 20) Gary and Judy Maddox and I had a RED-NECKED
GREBE along the north shore of Lake Mendocino. The bird was just off
shore from the Kyen Campground (between the north boat ramp and the Pomo
A picnic area). When we first saw the bird it was feeding among some
Mallards within five feet of shore. It eventally moved a little further
out but was never further than 100 feet from shore.
Also in the Kyen Campground was an adult WHITE-THROATED SPARROW. On
the east side of the lake just south of the Mesa was an adult BALD
- Matthew Matthiessen
- Wed, 28 Mar 2012 -- This morning at the Ukiah Wastewater Treatment Plant
there was a RED-NECKED GREBE on the middle pond. This is the first
occurence that I am aware of. The list can be found here
At home in Potter Valley I have had brief views (March 22 and 27) of a
SLATE-COLORED JUNCO around the yard - but not coming to the feeders.
Potter Valley, MEN, CA