- 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.