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Indigo Bunting

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  • George Chaniot
    Mon, 28 Jun 2010 -- Last night Dan Nelson posted to the N.Calif.Birdbox a report of an INDIGO BUNTING in Mendocino County. He first heard it on June 15 and
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 28, 2010
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      Mon, 28 Jun 2010 -- Last night Dan Nelson posted to the N.Calif.Birdbox a
      report of an INDIGO BUNTING in Mendocino County. He first heard it on June
      15 and saw it on a later date. This morning Jerry White found the bird
      again, and it is apparently on territory and likely to stick around.
      The location is just off Route 101 in southern Mendocino County about
      2-3 miles north of the Sonoma border. Take the Cummiskey (sp?) Station Road
      exit, turn west and head south parallel to the freeway and the Russian
      River. The road ends shortly at a circular parking lot near a current
      monitoring station. The Indigo Bunting has been frequenting the dry
      south-facing hillside between the parking lot and the river.

      George Chaniot for Jerry White
    • richhubie
      Tue Jun 29, 2010--Chuck Vaughn, Karen Havlena, and myself found the previously posted INDIGO BUNTING this morning at approx. 10:00AM. It s location was on the
      Message 2 of 3 , Jun 29, 2010
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        Tue Jun 29, 2010--Chuck Vaughn, Karen Havlena, and myself found the previously posted INDIGO BUNTING this morning at approx. 10:00AM. It's location was on the road about 60 to 70 yards from the parking lot. There was a small turnout and a river transfer bucket just next to the area. The Bunting was mostly above the road in the Oaks and Poison Oak.

        I've posted one picture. It looks to be still molting.

        Richard Hubacek
        Little River
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