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Willits Boy Scout Camp

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  • chaniot@pacific.net
    Sat, 7 Apr 2001 -- Eight members of the Peregrine Audubon Chapter led by Ollie Kolkmann birded the Willits Boy Scout Camp east of Willits off Berry Canyon
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      Sat, 7 Apr 2001 -- Eight members of the Peregrine Audubon Chapter led by
      Ollie Kolkmann birded the Willits Boy Scout Camp east of Willits off Berry
      Canyon Road. Ollie had arranged special permission to visit this private
      and little-birded area. There is a lake of some size ringed by cattails and
      reeds, grassy hillsides, and areas forested by Douglas Fir, Oregon and
      Black Oak, Ponderose Pine, and other species. The weather was cool with
      considerable north wind and occasional period of sun, rain, sleet, and
      snow. The wind cut into bird activity, but we were able to find the
      following:
      s = singing nb = nest building

      Double-crested Cormorant
      Mallard
      Turkey Vulture
      Osprey
      Red-shouldered Hawk
      Wild Turkey
      Mourning Dove s
      Anna's Hummingbird
      Acorn Woodpecker
      Red-breasted Sapsucker
      Downy Woodpecker
      Red-shafted N. Flicker
      Pileated Woodpecker
      Black Phoebe
      Tree Swallow
      Violet-green Swallow
      N. Rough-winged Swallow
      Barn Swallow
      Steller's Jay
      W. Scrub Jay
      American Crow
      Common Raven
      Chestnut-backed Chickadee nb
      Red-breasted Nuthatch
      Brown Creeper nb
      Ruby-crowned Kinglet s
      Western Bluebird
      American Robin s
      Cassin's Vireo s
      Orange-crowned Warbler s
      Common Yellowthroat
      Audubon's Y-r Warbler s
      California Towhee
      Chipping Sparrow s
      Song Sparrow s
      Golden-crowned Sparrow
      White-crowned Sparrow
      Oregon D-e Junco s
      Red-winged Blackbird s
      Purple Finch s
      Lesser Goldfinch

      California Slender Salamander
      Blue-tailed Skink
      W. Fence Lizard

      Black-tailed Deer
      Black-tailed Jackrabbit
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