NCOS, Coronado Seep - Thursday

Robert Lindsay

10/31 - 8:30-10:30 am

Started at NCOS. White-crowned Sparrows are abundant, Yellow-rumped Warblers numerous (one Myrtle), and Scaley-breasted Munia populate every patch of reeds. Not much to report. A Black-necked Stilt, 8 Least Sandpiper and several Killdeer were the only shorebirds seen. Every duck was a Mallard. One House Wren. One Cassin's Kingbird. Only species of note was two Sora on the shore of the pond near the entrance. 49 Canada Geese flew in as I was nearing departure.

The Coronado seep is reduced to a small puddle at the mouth of the drain pipe. In 1/2 an hour the only birds that came were a single California Towhee and 2 Red-breasted Nuthatch.

That's all,
Rob Lindsay

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