Last spring at the Green Acres Nursery on Florin Perkins Road I was able to watch a female sitting on her nest up along a joint of two poles holding up theirkaree1955
Greetings Yesterday (3/30/15) I spent from noon to about 2pm on Desmond Rd (Cosumnes River Preserve) and took a few not-so-great photos of shorebirds. I email@example.com
I saw my first two spring migrant Whimbrel of the season at Colusa NWR today, so they are on their way! John Sterling VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV 26 Palm Ave Woodland,lesserroadrunner
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