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Yolo county migrants yesterday

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  • Perrone, Michael
    A visit to the Putah Creek Riparian reserve on the UC Davis campus on Memorial Day provided continuing migrants, as others have reported. The birds included a
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 1, 2010
      A visit to the Putah Creek Riparian reserve on the UC Davis campus on Memorial Day provided continuing migrants, as others have reported.

      The birds included a singing willow flycatcher, 8 Pacific-slope type flycatchers (4 males, 4 indeterminate), 3 wood pewees, 8 Swainson's thrushes (one in whisper-song), 2 singing warbling vireos, an orange-crowned warbler (plumage looked worn, like a post-breeding adult), 2 yellow warblers, 11 western tanagers and a singing black-headed grosbeak. As far as I know, none of these species breeds at this spot.

      Michael Perrone
      Department of Water Resources
      Division of Environmental Services
      3500 Industrial Blvd.
      West Sacramento CA 95691
      (916) 376-9788
      mperrone@...



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