- Wed, 12 Nov 2003 -- Dorothy Tobkin went back to the Mendocino Headlands
today and was unable to find the Lapland Longspur today. However, there
were three HORNED LARKS in the grassy area near the sister city monument.
At Caspar Pond there was a white goose that is possibly a SNOW/ROSS'S
- Thurs., 13 Nov 2003 --- The HORNED LARKS reported by Toby yesterday were still at the Mendocino Headlands this morning. I saw a flock of at least eight near the sister monument this morning at around 8:30 a.m.
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- Sun, Nov 7, 2004 - Yesterday at the Mendocino Headlands the two HORNED
LARKS reported by Toby last week had been joined by a third individual.
The birds seemed to prefer the area around the sister city monument
itself. I could not locate the longspur reported by Toby.
The ROSS'S GOOSE continued at Caspar Pond. It appears to have an
injured wing so it may stay around for a while. At Lake Cleone there
was one REDHEAD, one SNOW GOOSE, and two CACKLING GEESE. From Laguna
Point the birds of note I scoped were one WHITE-WINGED SCOTER, one
BONAPARTE'S GULL, and three ANCIENT MURRELETS.
Ukiah, MEN, CA
- Four vivid Horned Larks were feeding slightly to the north of the
Miasa monument at Mendocino Headlands on Monday about 12:45 p.m. and
offered great views of beautiful markings and tufts.
- Mon. 17 Nov. 2008. I found 2 Horned Larks today, walking the bluffs
just north of the Point Cabrillo Lighthouse at 3:17PM.