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  • Hi all, This field trip didn't make it into the Sandpiper so thought I'd post a reminder about it here in addition to the notification you got if you are a member of the RRAS yahoo group. Gary Lester will be leading this trip. We will be searching the rocky shoreline for shorebirds (oystercatchers, turnstones, tattlers) and the offshore rocks for nesting seabirds (murres...
    Rob Fowler 7:19 PM
  • ...access west of Orleans and Camp Creek. Still recovering from the Big Day, I guess! Rob Fowler On Monday, May 4, 2015, Rob Fowler < migratoriusfwlr@^$1 > wrote: Howdy All, Since we didn't break any record but had a pretty good total (189 Grand Total; 184 shared = 97.3%) I thought...
    Rob Fowler May 5
  • Howdy All, Since we didn't break any record but had a pretty good total (189 Grand Total; 184 shared = 97.3%) I thought I would briefly list the highlights and big misses here. The team was Daryl Coldren, Tony Kurz, Casey Ryan and myself. Highlights were as follow in order of appearance: 1) CALLIOPE HUMMINGBIRD: I found a beautiful adult male foraging in madrone flowers at the...
    Rob Fowler May 4
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  • Hi all, This morning, 14 Apr. I birded the Mad River Fish Hatchery. Highlights were a singing BLACK-HEADED GROSBEAK (early, though Paul Lohse reported a couple a few days ago), 2 CHIPPING SPARROWS (rare migrant and breeder in Blue Lake area),1 singing BLACK-THROATED GRAY WARBLER, and a singing male BULLOCK'S ORIOLE. Starlings were seen bringing nesting material to the pipes at the...
    Rob Fowler Apr 14
  • Hi all, This past Sunday Alexandra Lamb reported the returning male HOODED ORIOLE at the date palms on Wilson St. in Arcata. These birds have nested in these palms last year and years before. Today I had both the male and female there and they seem like they may nest there again this year. This is a pretty early date for these birds to return with one of the earliest dates in eBird...
    Rob Fowler Apr 9
  • ...in McKinleyville. I think this is the FOS report for Humboldt this year. Rob Fowler On Tue, Apr 7, 2015 at 4:14 PM, Rob Fowler < migratoriusfwlr@^$1 > wrote: Hi all, Today I had my first VAUX'S SWIFT -- Rob Fowler McKinleyville, CA www.fowleropebirding.com -- Rob Fowler McKinleyville...
    Rob Fowler Apr 7
  • Hi all, Today I had my first VAUX'S SWIFT -- Rob Fowler McKinleyville, CA www.fowleropebirding.com
    Rob Fowler Apr 7
  • Hi all, George Ziminsky called the BRAMBLING in to the birdbox today (707.822.LOON). Cindy Kuttner, the resident of 1740 Buttermilk (it's regular morning haunt for awhile) called and told George she had seen the bird that morning before going to work. I don't know if Cindy is still allowing visitors to her backyard but I think she did today, at least. Being the messenger, -- Rob...
    Rob Fowler Mar 12
  • Hi all, Yesterday, Cedric Duhalde, Jack Schneider, and myself went up to Bear River Ridge to look mostly for the CHESTNUT-COLLARED LONGSPURS that have been present all winter. At the J3244 intersection we found the longspurs after briefly hiking around the usual hill. There are still only 2 longspurs present and at one point we had both of the birds on the main road. There were...
    Rob Fowler Mar 8
  • Ken, I've heard them once since I've been here....though I don't spend a lot of time on RUGR habitat except for looking for them at the traditional spots. The one time I did hear one drum was along the Redwood Creek trail near the base of Bald Hills rd. Rob Fowler Sent from my iPhone On Feb 23, 2015, at 8:31 AM, 'Ken Burton' shrikethree@^$1 [nwcalbird] < nwcalbird-noreply@^$2...
    Rob Fowler Feb 23