I drove out to Refugio this morning in overcast though it cleared up after a while. Along the creek under bridge to campground were quite a few house sparrows, house finches, a lovely song sparrow. A couple of warblers flitted around but I was only able to get photos of one in some branches overlooking. It's the non-descript color of an orange-crowned but the tail seems too long - and the wing bars fairly pronounced for that species.
A Kingbird perched on a wire which looks like an immature bird - and I remember seeing the tropical kingbird there around this time of year. It was not vocalizing. There were also quite a few Eurasian collared doves on the were and a Mourning dove in the creek.
Nothing of interest on the bit of beach I saw, and there were two juvenile Black-crowned night herons in the creek.
Getting back to my car I was delighted to find 4 Western Bluebirds perching on the wire and a Lark Sparrow across the road. I drove to the spot between the two creeks and explored a bit without seeing or hearing a single bird.
A couple of miles further (where I've seen canyon wrens on the large boulders with holes in them) I heard and saw a Nuttall's woodpecker and heard a couple of Acorn Woodpeckers and Wrentits on the right side of the road. There was a small warbler in the dense overhanging branches but I was not able to focus on it.
I'd be happy for an ID on the Kingbird and the warbler in the photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/digolov/
Dika Golovatchoff, santa barbara