Wildcat Black-throated Gray Warbler


Sheila Dickie
 

Yesterday afternoon August 30 round about 3:30 p.m. a Black-throated Gray Warbler was seen foraging with a few Chestnut-backed Chickadees along Wildcat Creek Trail at the intersection with the Bonita Trail. The location is at the Richmond end of Wildcat Canyon. Entrance off Park Avenue which is off McBryde. A quiet day up the main trail. Other birds seen included Spotted Towhee and in the twin trunked Cypress on the left just past the intersection with the Belgum Trail a Red-breasted Nuthatch and a Pacific Coast Flycatcher. The tree is often a magnet for mixed flocks. As I walked back through the parking lot an Acorn Woodpecker flew overhead and landed in a eucalyptus tree. There have been Acorn Woodpeckers in that location for a number of years; not many but a consistent few.


Sheila Dickie
Richmond

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