I spotted a blue grosbeak and a pair of bullocks Orioles today at South Los Mares Trail in San Juan Capistrano. Also enjoyed many Wilson's warblers red wingedspotted_towhee2
Pair of Clapper Rails on the north side of the boardwalk followed by 6 adorable black balls of fluff. Greater Scaup, Red Knots, Dunlin, etc. Full list below.packardr90
I birded from 8:30 to 11:30 this morning. The area around shelter 3 with the still flowering Silk Oaks and pines is still very productive. I had at least 6trishrg_62
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