Re: Sat AM birds
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To add to the bonanza of Black-and-White Warblers, I had another today in the cottonwoods by the parking area on Shoreline Dr. for the Atascadero Creek Mitigation Ponds. Jeremy et al. had one at a business park less than a mile to the NW on Oct 13 - maybe the same bird?
On Sat, Oct 15, 2022, 2:45 PM Dave Compton <davcompton60@...> wrote:
Adding to this, I saw a Black-and-White Warbler just west of the eucalyptus grove/basin that to me looked identical to the one I've been seeing in the area for the past few weeks. So, I guess two are around.Earlier, in the David Love Place area in Goleta, north of the Santa Barbara Airport, I saw a Palm Warbler visiting a couple of small ornamental trees on Jack Peres Place, a little cul de sac one block east of Love and immediately south of the recycling center. There were lots of Yellow-rumpeds in the tipus on David Love, but not a great variety of birds. I had poor luck at MacKenzie Park in Santa Barbara, where it also was not diverse and was less birdy than other places I visited today.Dave ComptonSanta BarbaraOn Sat, Oct 15, 2022 at 2:36 PM Nick Lethaby <nlethaby@...> wrote:All,I spent about 30 minutes at Winchester One and then almost two hours at the Techpark@Hollister. There were lots of western migrants.I had a female B&W Warbler in the E part of the techpark that was different to the long-staying bird in the western part. Not sure if this was the second bird reported by the UCSB crew recently. I had a Tennessee in the east part in some bottle brush trees. The wintering mac is back.--Nick LethabyGoleta, CAMobile: 805 284 6200
--Nick LethabyGoleta, CA