My second Birding By Ear field trip to San Simeon SP yielded a total of 53 species. No rarities or unusual species, but lots of fun observations. Highlightsjgriff802
Hello all, Tonight after sunset I ran Islay Creek road under the bright light of a near full moon rising. Recently arrived SWAINSON'S THRUSHES were singingraptor93412
Today my roommate went birding at Laguna Lake and I told her I would email out the cool birds she saw since she isn't on this list (yet). She and her friendsmbrandon6
A discussion group for San Luis Obispo County, CA birds. Topics include county rarities, early and late migration times, and birds seen in the field. Also welcome are identification issues, and announcements of upcoming field and pelagic trips.
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Morro Coast Audubon website.
Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrow
Photo by Jamie Chavez
- Jan 19, 2000
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