Good Birds on N Coast - VIWA, CSWA, MAWA, BAWA, PAWA + More
- Tue, 30 Sep 2008 -- John Sterling & John Luther joined local birders Ron
LeValley, Toby Tobkin, Art Morley, Richard Hubecek, Trudy Jensen,
Jim Griswold, Jim Havlena & Karen Havlena birding at various locations
***Chadbourne Gulch: John S, John L and Ron refound the VIRGINIA'S
WARBLER and a NASHVILLE WBLR in the ravine, west end of the dirt road.
Karen and Toby each found their own CHESTNUT-SIDED WARBLER on
the east side of Hwy 1.
***Ten Mile River (south side): John L, John S & Ron saw the MAGNOLIA
WARBLER found 9/29 by John Sterling.
*** Usal: John S, John L and Ron saw 2 ARCTIC TERNS & 50 ELEGANT
TERNS on the beach. A female AMER REDSTART was in the Usal creekbed.
Also, they saw a N MOCKINGBIRD there.
***Westport STP: Jim & Karen Havlena saw 3 PALM WARBLERS and a SAY's
PHOEBE on the east fence. Toby found a CLAY-COLORED SPARROW
and a female LAZULI BUNTING near Hwy 1.
***Lk Cleone- MacKerricher SP: John S and John L refound the BLACK &
WHITE WARBLER from 9/28 on the S/SE side of the boardwalk, where the
repair work was recently done.
Apologies if I goofed on proper credit for each sighting. (Please report any
credit corrections to Bob Keiffer at 744-1424). Phew, with the clear skies
all last night, I was concerned about seeing any of the good birds here.
It turned out to be another great day.
North of Fort Bragg, CA
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