Heather Farm Tuesday August 21


Some good birds were in the park today, including a Black-necked Stilt near the big oak tree across the pond form the wooden railing.  To the left of the railing were at least 10 Northern Shovelers.  A Queenfisher was flying around and making noise, a Cooper's Hawk looked like it was interested in the Stilt, but thought better of it, and a female Black-throated Gray Warbler was along the gravel trail on the east side of the large, mostly natural pond.  A Pied-billed Grebe was out on the water, too, and a Green Heron was present along the edge.

Hugh B. Harvey
Walnut Creek

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