Dave Compton <DCompton@...>
A brief visit to Lake Los Carneros around noon turned up, among other
migrants, a Virginia's Warbler, which made an appearance in willows south of
the bridge and then flew to the willows to the north. Around the parking
lot, caretaker's house, and the garden east of Stowe House were lots of
Yellow rumps and Western Tanagers, plus Wilson's, Orange-crowned,
Townsend's/Hermit, and Yellow Warblers, and Warbling Vireos, etc.