Last week I sent out the RBA on OrCoRBA on Wed. night as usual, but it
wasn't posted by Yahoo Groups until Thursday.
Last night I again sent in the week's summary....did it again....and
still no sign of it and it's Thursday at 10:30 am. So.....tried
again.... no sign. Hmmmmmm....
So testing this website...also including the RBA below.
* Orange County
* April 14, 2004
- Birds mentioned
Black and White Warbler
hotline: Orange County, California date: April 14, 2004; number:
(949) 487-6869; compilers: Joel Weintraub and Delores Jenisch.
Website and archives: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OrCoRBA/ Please
send e-mail sightings to both compilers: JWeintraub@... and
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Send reports on California Bird Record Committee Review Species
sightings to: Guy McCaskie, Secretary, California Bird Records
Committee P. O. Box 275 Imperial Beach, CA 91933-0275 The species in
caps on the bird mentioned list (if present) are all Review Species;
the committee would appreciate documentation on their occurrence in
Orange County. There is a website for discussing birds/birding in
Orange County California.
Please visit: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OrangeCountyBirding.
Radio Codes for Birders in Orange County: channel 11 subcode 22
(national code). We have a new accessory website that has recent
photos of rarities and maps of some birding spots in the County,
including a map of Huntington Central Park showing the "local" names
for birding areas at: http://members.cox.net/orcorba/
Note: We are supplying for many sightings (AT THE END OF THIS REPORT)
links for maps of the area and aerial photos. Many of these are
general maps. If we have specific information from GPS readings, we
will alert ou to the fact. After you go to the link, go to the BOTTOM
of the form and choose aerial photo (and adjust zoom factor) or the
map (where eventually you will adjust the zoom factor).
Observers: Terry Hill, Robb Hamilton, Jeff Chapman, Jimmy Harcrow,
Today, at Huntington Central Park, below the Slater Street Parking
lot, a GRAY FLYCATCHER, PLUMBEOUS VIREO, and female SUMMER TANAGER
Yesterday, an immature BALD EAGLE was sitting on a pole along the
north side of Westminster Blvd. as it runs between the Naval Weapons
Station (between Seal Beach Blvd. & Bolsa Chica).
On Friday a a tan-striped WHITE-THROATED SPARROW was in an oak tree
along upper Wood Canyon in Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park.
Also on Friday along the Santa Ana River north of the Lincoln Street
crossing, past the porta potties along the bike path, in the trees
that have the bluebird boxes, a BLACK-AND-WHITE WARBLER was seen.
And finally, the LEWIS'S WOODPECKER continued on the 12th at
Fairhaven/Santa Ana Memorial Cemetery in Santa Ana.
Aliso-Wood Canyon Park Area
Huntington Central Park, East Side, Huntington Beach, General Area
Santa Ana Memorial Park, Fairhaven Memorial Park, Santa Ana Area