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Mendocino Co - 22 Feb

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  • Kathryn Parker
    This morning and this afternoon, the bright male YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER continues in the banksias at the Rose Cemetery at the east end of Spruce St. in Fort
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      This morning and this afternoon, the bright male YELLOW-BELLIED
      SAPSUCKER continues in the banksias at the Rose Cemetery at the east
      end of Spruce St. in Fort Bragg. Also seen this morning was a female
      BULLOCK'S ORIOLE.
      Early this morning there were no white geese with the goose flock at
      the old Masonite Plant in Ukiah. There were, however, 3 CACKLING
      GEESE and 1 GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE.
      The pond at the corner of Hwy 1 and Fern Creek Rd. in Caspar had 2
      ROSS'S GEESE and another GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE.
      Did not find any egrets in the Garcia River Bottom, but a FERRUGINOUS
      HAWK swooping low over the bluffs on the south side was a nice
      consolation prize.
      Lastly, the 3 PACIFIC GOLDEN-PLOVERS continue in the vicinity of the
      guesthouses at the Pt. Arena Lighthouse. Two of them are actually
      golden! Stunning.

      Kathy Parker
      Los Gatos
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