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Re: Black-throated Sparrow at Coyote Hills in Fremont

scfloyd2000
 

I was fortunate to run into Gail at the park today, and she pointed the way up the hill to where I immediately found the Black-Throated Sparrow.  The first Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher I've seen this season was also up in the fennel with the sparrows at the very top of the hill. To add to Gail's directions, go up the steep hill at the entrance to the Quarry parking lot, climbing up past the picnic ramada all the way to where you see the first pile of orange lichen-covered rocks in front of you.  Just before those rocks, a trail climbs off to the left to rocks at the top of a hill.  The birds were in the poison oak, on the ground on the trail, and in the fennel at the crest of that hill.  The Black-Throated Sparrow associates with the flock but is often separate from them, on the ground, on the fennel, and on the rocks, and it allows a fairly close look, as does the Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher.  Back by the parking lot, a big young Red-Tailed Hawk was eating
lunch atop the A-shaped roof of one of the picnic ramadas.  As I was leaving the park, a female Ring-Necked Pheasant startled from the brush just before the entry kiosk and flew across the road.
 
At yesterday morning's Ohlone Audubon field trip to the park, we saw 62 species.  Highlights were a Western Wood-Pewee in a snag on the hillside by the entrance to the Corporate Yard at the Visitor Center and a Virginia Rail lurking in the tall grass of an island on the southwest side of North Marsh.  A Loggerhead Shrike has also returned to the Quarry area for another season.
 
Stephanie Floyd
Fremont

--- On Thu, 9/23/10, Gail West <hockeyringer@gmail.com> wrote:


From: Gail West <hockeyringer@gmail.com>
Subject: [EBB_Sightings] Black-throated Sparrow at Coyote Hills in Fremont
To: EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010, 2:05 PM


 



Yesterday afternoon I found a juvenile Black-throated Sparrow at
Coyote Hills Park. It was hanging out with a flock of Zonotrichia
sparrows on the hill above the Quarry Parking lot. Go up the trail
from the Quarry Parking lot closest to the main road. I found this
flock of birds on the trail at the top of the hill and in the bushes
as the trail turns to the left . Today, I found them on two different
occasions right away farther up the trail to the left in the fennel.

I have lots of photos. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gailsbirdphotos

Gail West










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Black-throated Sparrow at Coyote Hills in Fremont

Gail West <hockeyringer@...>
 

Yesterday afternoon I found a juvenile Black-throated Sparrow at
Coyote Hills Park. It was hanging out with a flock of Zonotrichia
sparrows on the hill above the Quarry Parking lot. Go up the trail
from the Quarry Parking lot closest to the main road. I found this
flock of birds on the trail at the top of the hill and in the bushes
as the trail turns to the left . Today, I found them on two different
occasions right away farther up the trail to the left in the fennel.

I have lots of photos. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gailsbirdphotos

Gail West


Re: Maps of birding locations

Glen Tepke
 

Here is another Google map of birding sites in the Bay Area, including several in the East Bay, created by members of the San Francisco Bay Area Birders group on Flickr (photo sharing website):

http://tinyurl.com/yo5oqf

It is far from complete, but it's a good start. You don't have to be a member of the Flickr group to edit the map and add a site. To add a placemark, click Edit at the top of the list of placemarks on the left, then click the blue balloon in the upper left corner of the map, drag it to your location and add text, click OK when done, then click Done at the top of the list.

It would be great if the various Bay Area birding maps on Google could be consolidated so there was a single resource birders could use to help them locate birding sites mentioned on the various email lists.

Glen Tepke
Oakland

----- Original Message -----
From: "Calvin Walters" <calw@mac.com>
To: "VN" <verne_nelson@yahoo.com>, "East Bay Birds" <EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 1:26:21 PM
Subject: Re: [EBB_Sightings] Maps of birding locations

Worked fine for me. Peet¹s pond ­ Harbor Bay area of Alameda. Others
worked well. I have a similar map that someone in GGA put together. They
mapped the area with all the sites on one. Not really sure how they did it,
but here is that link:

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&;msa=0&msid=105106943322944738162.00047
22456736addc637e

Verne, your approach may work better ­ since our sites are farther flung.
So how does one create a locator like that?


Cal Walters
510-717-5500
calw@mac.com






From: VN <verne_nelson@yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 19:30:07 +0000
To: East Bay Birds <EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com>
Subject: [EBB_Sightings] Maps of birding locations






Here is a possibility for creating an archive of birding locations. I'm
not sure how useful it would be (or if it actually works) so the
following are some maps I created in Google Maps with HTML links to
them. Click on the link in an HTML-enabled email and you should see the
map in a new web page.
Google Maps supports many different views (e.g. terrain and street) as
well as allowing you to get directions to the location.
Let me know if it works and I can add to the list and repost it from
time to time.
Hopefully, also, you can save the list on your computer as a reference.
When reporting a sighting, you could copy the map link into your report.
If you are savy with Google Maps, you could also create your own map in
My Maps with a pin location on it and publish that link in your report.
If our EBB group allowed for Archives, the maps could be listed there
instead.
Oakland Middle Harbor

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=1036271549412399&#92;
60014.000490f14620e397c956c&ll=37.805496,-122.324215&spn=0.034924,0.0551&#92;
89&z=14
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189&z=14
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14.000490f14620e397c956c&ll=37.805496,-122.324215&spn=0.034924,0.055189&z=14
Coyote Hills Regional Park
http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=1036271549412399&#92;
60014.000490f15677b2de4f421&ll=37.55635,-122.086601&spn=0.033341,0.05518&#92;
9&z=14
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Emeryville Marina

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899&spn=0.017455,0.027595&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f171efad&#92;
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Frank's Dump, Hayward Regional Shoreline

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Peet's Pond, Alameda, CA

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75&spn=0.008265,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f19f0&#92;
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Arrowhead Marsh, MLK Shoreline, Oakland, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751376,-122.213&#92;
631&spn=0.03305,0.052614&t=h&z=14&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1aa2&#92;
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d2e>
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Garretson Point, MLK Shoreline, Oakland, CA

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897&spn=0.004131,0.006577&t=h&z=17&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1bb&#92;
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ddb1>
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ddb1> >

Garin Regional Park, Hayward, CA

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923&spn=0.008276,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1c5&#92;
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Martinez WaterfrontPark, Martinez, CA

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Re: Maps of birding locations

Cal Walters
 

Worked fine for me. Peet¹s pond ­ Harbor Bay area of Alameda. Others
worked well. I have a similar map that someone in GGA put together. They
mapped the area with all the sites on one. Not really sure how they did it,
but here is that link:

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&;msa=0&msid=105106943322944738162.00047
22456736addc637e

Verne, your approach may work better ­ since our sites are farther flung.
So how does one create a locator like that?


Cal Walters
510-717-5500
calw@mac.com






From: VN <verne_nelson@yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 19:30:07 +0000
To: East Bay Birds <EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com>
Subject: [EBB_Sightings] Maps of birding locations






Here is a possibility for creating an archive of birding locations. I'm
not sure how useful it would be (or if it actually works) so the
following are some maps I created in Google Maps with HTML links to
them. Click on the link in an HTML-enabled email and you should see the
map in a new web page.
Google Maps supports many different views (e.g. terrain and street) as
well as allowing you to get directions to the location.
Let me know if it works and I can add to the list and repost it from
time to time.
Hopefully, also, you can save the list on your computer as a reference.
When reporting a sighting, you could copy the map link into your report.
If you are savy with Google Maps, you could also create your own map in
My Maps with a pin location on it and publish that link in your report.
If our EBB group allowed for Archives, the maps could be listed there
instead.
Oakland Middle Harbor

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=1036271549412399&#92;
60014.000490f14620e397c956c&ll=37.805496,-122.324215&spn=0.034924,0.0551&#92;
89&z=14
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=1036271549412399600
14.000490f14620e397c956c&ll=37.805496,-122.324215&spn=0.034924,0.055189&z=14
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583&spn=0.008272,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f192&#92;
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Peet's Pond, Alameda, CA

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75&spn=0.008265,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f19f0&#92;
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Arrowhead Marsh, MLK Shoreline, Oakland, CA

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631&spn=0.03305,0.052614&t=h&z=14&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1aa2&#92;
97526fdd2e
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751376,-122.213631
&spn=0.03305,0.052614&t=h&z=14&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1aa297526fd
d2e>
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751376,-122.21&#92;
3631&spn=0.03305,0.052614&t=h&z=14&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1aa&#92;
297526fdd2e
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751376,-122.213631
&spn=0.03305,0.052614&t=h&z=14&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1aa297526fd
d2e> >

Garretson Point, MLK Shoreline, Oakland, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751927,-122.209&#92;
897&spn=0.004131,0.006577&t=h&z=17&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1bb&#92;
2260accddb1
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751927,-122.209897
&spn=0.004131,0.006577&t=h&z=17&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1bb2260acc
ddb1>
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751927,-122.20&#92;
9897&spn=0.004131,0.006577&t=h&z=17&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1b&#92;
b2260accddb1
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751927,-122.209897
&spn=0.004131,0.006577&t=h&z=17&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1bb2260acc
ddb1> >

Garin Regional Park, Hayward, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.631244,-122.028&#92;
923&spn=0.008276,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1c5&#92;
8a9e3ca2ac1
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.631244,-122.028923
&spn=0.008276,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1c58a9e3ca
2ac1>
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.631244,-122.02&#92;
8923&spn=0.008276,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1c&#92;
58a9e3ca2ac1
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.631244,-122.028923
&spn=0.008276,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1c58a9e3ca
2ac1> >

Martinez WaterfrontPark, Martinez, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&t=h&msa=0&ll=38.026594,-122&#92;
.134924&spn=0.016463,0.026307&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1e4&#92;
954c151a58e
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&t=h&msa=0&ll=38.026594,-122.13
4924&spn=0.016463,0.026307&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1e4954c151
a58e>
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&t=h&msa=0&ll=38.026594,-12&#92;
2.134924&spn=0.016463,0.026307&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1e&#92;
4954c151a58e
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&t=h&msa=0&ll=38.026594,-122.13
4924&spn=0.016463,0.026307&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1e4954c151
a58e> >










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Re: Maps of birding locations

Jaan Lepson <lepson@...>
 

If it works.... I tried just one link, the one for Peet's Pond, and Google took me to a spot just south of Independence, KS!

Jaan Lepson



On Sep 23, 2010, at 12:30, VN wrote:

Here is a possibility for creating an archive of birding locations. I'm
not sure how useful it would be (or if it actually works) so the
following are some maps I created in Google Maps with HTML links to
them. Click on the link in an HTML-enabled email and you should see the
map in a new web page.
Google Maps supports many different views (e.g. terrain and street) as
well as allowing you to get directions to the location.
Let me know if it works and I can add to the list and repost it from
time to time.
Hopefully, also, you can save the list on your computer as a reference.
When reporting a sighting, you could copy the map link into your report.
If you are savy with Google Maps, you could also create your own map in
My Maps with a pin location on it and publish that link in your report.
If our EBB group allowed for Archives, the maps could be listed there
instead.
Oakland Middle Harbor

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=1036271549412399&#92;
60014.000490f14620e397c956c&ll=37.805496,-122.324215&spn=0.034924,0.0551&#92;
89&z=14
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=103627154941239&#92;
960014.000490f14620e397c956c&ll=37.805496,-122.324215&spn=0.034924,0.055&#92;
189&z=14>


<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=103627154941239&#92;
960014.000490f14620e397c956c&ll=37.805496,-122.324215&spn=0.034924,0.055&#92;
189&z=14> Coyote Hills Regional Park

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=1036271549412399&#92;
60014.000490f15677b2de4f421&ll=37.55635,-122.086601&spn=0.033341,0.05518&#92;
9&z=14
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=103627154941239&#92;
960014.000490f15677b2de4f421&ll=37.55635,-122.086601&spn=0.033341,0.0551&#92;
89&z=14>

Emeryville Marina

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.837005,-122.305&#92;
899&spn=0.017455,0.027595&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f171efad&#92;
c71def7
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.837005,-122.30&#92;
5899&spn=0.017455,0.027595&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f171efa&#92;
dc71def7>

Frank's Dump, Hayward Regional Shoreline

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.667329,-122.157&#92;
583&spn=0.008272,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f192&#92;
47110af8bbe
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.667329,-122.15&#92;
7583&spn=0.008272,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f19&#92;
247110af8bbe>

Peet's Pond, Alameda, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.72857,-122.2460&#92;
75&spn=0.008265,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f19f0&#92;
5342ca5e54
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.72857,-122.246&#92;
075&spn=0.008265,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f19f&#92;
05342ca5e54>

Arrowhead Marsh, MLK Shoreline, Oakland, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751376,-122.213&#92;
631&spn=0.03305,0.052614&t=h&z=14&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1aa2&#92;
97526fdd2e
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751376,-122.21&#92;
3631&spn=0.03305,0.052614&t=h&z=14&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1aa&#92;
297526fdd2e>

Garretson Point, MLK Shoreline, Oakland, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751927,-122.209&#92;
897&spn=0.004131,0.006577&t=h&z=17&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1bb&#92;
2260accddb1
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751927,-122.20&#92;
9897&spn=0.004131,0.006577&t=h&z=17&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1b&#92;
b2260accddb1>

Garin Regional Park, Hayward, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.631244,-122.028&#92;
923&spn=0.008276,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1c5&#92;
8a9e3ca2ac1
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.631244,-122.02&#92;
8923&spn=0.008276,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1c&#92;
58a9e3ca2ac1>

Martinez WaterfrontPark, Martinez, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&t=h&msa=0&ll=38.026594,-122&#92;
.134924&spn=0.016463,0.026307&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1e4&#92;
954c151a58e
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&t=h&msa=0&ll=38.026594,-12&#92;
2.134924&spn=0.016463,0.026307&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1e&#92;
4954c151a58e>








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Maps of birding locations

VerneN
 

Here is a possibility for creating an archive of birding locations. I'm
not sure how useful it would be (or if it actually works) so the
following are some maps I created in Google Maps with HTML links to
them. Click on the link in an HTML-enabled email and you should see the
map in a new web page.
Google Maps supports many different views (e.g. terrain and street) as
well as allowing you to get directions to the location.
Let me know if it works and I can add to the list and repost it from
time to time.
Hopefully, also, you can save the list on your computer as a reference.
When reporting a sighting, you could copy the map link into your report.
If you are savy with Google Maps, you could also create your own map in
My Maps with a pin location on it and publish that link in your report.
If our EBB group allowed for Archives, the maps could be listed there
instead.
Oakland Middle Harbor

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=1036271549412399&#92;
60014.000490f14620e397c956c&ll=37.805496,-122.324215&spn=0.034924,0.0551&#92;
89&z=14
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=103627154941239&#92;
960014.000490f14620e397c956c&ll=37.805496,-122.324215&spn=0.034924,0.055&#92;
189&z=14>


<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=103627154941239&#92;
960014.000490f14620e397c956c&ll=37.805496,-122.324215&spn=0.034924,0.055&#92;
189&z=14> Coyote Hills Regional Park

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=1036271549412399&#92;
60014.000490f15677b2de4f421&ll=37.55635,-122.086601&spn=0.033341,0.05518&#92;
9&z=14
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&msid=103627154941239&#92;
960014.000490f15677b2de4f421&ll=37.55635,-122.086601&spn=0.033341,0.0551&#92;
89&z=14>

Emeryville Marina

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.837005,-122.305&#92;
899&spn=0.017455,0.027595&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f171efad&#92;
c71def7
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.837005,-122.30&#92;
5899&spn=0.017455,0.027595&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f171efa&#92;
dc71def7>

Frank's Dump, Hayward Regional Shoreline

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.667329,-122.157&#92;
583&spn=0.008272,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f192&#92;
47110af8bbe
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.667329,-122.15&#92;
7583&spn=0.008272,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f19&#92;
247110af8bbe>

Peet's Pond, Alameda, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.72857,-122.2460&#92;
75&spn=0.008265,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f19f0&#92;
5342ca5e54
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.72857,-122.246&#92;
075&spn=0.008265,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f19f&#92;
05342ca5e54>

Arrowhead Marsh, MLK Shoreline, Oakland, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751376,-122.213&#92;
631&spn=0.03305,0.052614&t=h&z=14&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1aa2&#92;
97526fdd2e
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751376,-122.21&#92;
3631&spn=0.03305,0.052614&t=h&z=14&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1aa&#92;
297526fdd2e>

Garretson Point, MLK Shoreline, Oakland, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751927,-122.209&#92;
897&spn=0.004131,0.006577&t=h&z=17&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1bb&#92;
2260accddb1
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.751927,-122.20&#92;
9897&spn=0.004131,0.006577&t=h&z=17&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1b&#92;
b2260accddb1>

Garin Regional Park, Hayward, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.631244,-122.028&#92;
923&spn=0.008276,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1c5&#92;
8a9e3ca2ac1
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&msa=0&ll=37.631244,-122.02&#92;
8923&spn=0.008276,0.013154&t=h&z=16&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1c&#92;
58a9e3ca2ac1>

Martinez WaterfrontPark, Martinez, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&t=h&msa=0&ll=38.026594,-122&#92;
.134924&spn=0.016463,0.026307&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1e4&#92;
954c151a58e
<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&;hl=en&t=h&msa=0&ll=38.026594,-12&#92;
2.134924&spn=0.016463,0.026307&z=15&msid=103627154941239960014.000490f1e&#92;
4954c151a58e>


Hayward Shoreline (9/23)

Ken Schneider
 

I spent about an hour this morning birding the area around the parking lot and Park Office of the West Winton portion of Hayward Regional Shoreline. Highlights for me included:

Western Tanager (2)

Black-headed Grosbeak (1 female)

Black-throated Gray Warbler (1 female-plumaged bird)

Fox Sparrow (1 "sooty" type, FOF for me)

White-crowned Sparrow (5 Gambel's, first real "flock" I've seen this fall).

I believe I heard the buzzy call notes of the continuing House Wren, but didn't see it or hear it sing.

Ken Schneider
Redwood City


Courtland Creek Park 9/22

Lori Arthur <loriarthur61@...>
 

Hi. I spent an hour or so birding Courtland Creek Park this afternoon, which is
a surprisingly good strip of habitat in Oakland, off of High Street near
Brookdale Park.


Most of the activity was on the Brookdale Avenue end of the park, with a large
BUSHTIT flock that included a few CHESTNUT-BACKED CHICKADEES and two CALIFORNIA
TOWHEES, foraging in the trees like warblers. Loosely associating with the flock
were two WESTERN TANAGERS and at least two WESTERN WOOD-PEWEES. In the eucs by
the creek were several STELLER'S JAYS and a few more CB Chickadees; a SONG
SPARROW was chirping and eating garbage in a driveway near the park, and a I
heard but did not see a HUTTON'S VIREO in the willows by the creek. There were
many ANNA'S HUMMINGBIRDS, seemingly somewhat variable in size, but all Anna's
when seen well. A YELLOW WARBLER was in a pine in a backyard up the hill from
the creek, and there were a few COMMON RAVENS, all in yard trees outside the
park.


Noah Arthur, Oakland


Re: Locations of sightings

KENNETH ARCHAMBAULT
 

There may also be some birders from out of state who are subscribers. Time is
short for running down inadequate directions for sightings. Idiot-proofing
reports is ideal for us foreigners, unless you don't want us to see your birds.
All the best. -Ken Archambault, Birmingham, Alabama



________________________________
From: Michael Feighner <feinerVogel94551@comcast.net>
To: EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wed, September 22, 2010 3:39:07 PM
Subject: RE: [EBB_Sightings] Locations of sightings


My take on this as follows:

When I report, I always assume there is someone who is new out there and has
never heard of the location. I put myself in the reader's shoes and ask myself
whether I can follow the directions I am giving. Is there anything that is not
clear? I also differentiate the location in the email title such as Shadow
Cliffs Regional Park (Alameda County) or Point Isabel (Contra Costa County).
Some may say well isn't that obvious? Well, it just might not be so obvious to
someone. I also never abbreviate location names such as SCRP for Shadow Cliffs
Regional Park or PI for Point Isabel.

--
Michael Feighner
Livermore, CA, Alameda County
http://www.linkedIn.com/in/michaelfeighner

-----Original Message-----
From: EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com [mailto:EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Bob Power
Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 2010 10:55 PM
To: Fallingwater@comcast.net; EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [EBB_Sightings] Locations of sightings

Greg, I'm as guilty as the next person. We'll all be good for a while and then
we'll slip. I don't think anyone would object to a direct question like: "Could
you be more specific about this location?" Don't hesitate to ask for more
clarity directly from the person who posts a sighting.
Good birding,
Bob Power
Oakland, CA

________________________________
From: "Fallingwater@comcast.net" <Fallingwater@comcast.net>
To: EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tue, September 21, 2010 6:47:56 PM
Subject: [EBB_Sightings] Locations of sightings

Hi There,

I must admit to not knowing the entire area covered by EBB. I would think others

on the list or someone just moving into the area, may feel the same. May I
suggest putting the City of the location of a posted sightings? It would be
helpful in finding the location.

Thanks

Greg




[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Re: Locations of sightings

Golden Gate Audubon Society <sstrait@...>
 

I'd just like to weigh in here and say that it's very helpful for me to have
as much information about location as possible (and very frustrating when
people use short-hand and abbreviations for places). I work at Golden Gate
Audubon, and I'm a birder myself, but I've only been living in California
for a couple of years and don't know the area all that well yet. My thanks
to all who take the extra time to spell things out.

--
Stephanie Strait
Office Manager
Golden Gate Audubon


Re: Locations of sightings

Mike Feighner
 

My take on this as follows:

When I report, I always assume there is someone who is new out there and has never heard of the location. I put myself in the reader's shoes and ask myself whether I can follow the directions I am giving. Is there anything that is not clear? I also differentiate the location in the email title such as Shadow Cliffs Regional Park (Alameda County) or Point Isabel (Contra Costa County). Some may say well isn't that obvious? Well, it just might not be so obvious to someone. I also never abbreviate location names such as SCRP for Shadow Cliffs Regional Park or PI for Point Isabel.

--
Michael Feighner
Livermore, CA, Alameda County
http://www.linkedIn.com/in/michaelfeighner

-----Original Message-----
From: EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com [mailto:EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Bob Power
Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 2010 10:55 PM
To: Fallingwater@comcast.net; EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [EBB_Sightings] Locations of sightings

Greg, I'm as guilty as the next person. We'll all be good for a while and then
we'll slip. I don't think anyone would object to a direct question like: "Could
you be more specific about this location?" Don't hesitate to ask for more
clarity directly from the person who posts a sighting.
Good birding,
Bob Power
Oakland, CA

________________________________
From: "Fallingwater@comcast.net" <Fallingwater@comcast.net>
To: EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tue, September 21, 2010 6:47:56 PM
Subject: [EBB_Sightings] Locations of sightings


Hi There,

I must admit to not knowing the entire area covered by EBB. I would think others
on the list or someone just moving into the area, may feel the same. May I
suggest putting the City of the location of a posted sightings? It would be
helpful in finding the location.


Thanks

Greg


Re: Locations of sightings

Bob Power <rcpower@...>
 

Greg, I'm as guilty as the next person. We'll all be good for a while and then
we'll slip. I don't think anyone would object to a direct question like: "Could
you be more specific about this location?" Don't hesitate to ask for more
clarity directly from the person who posts a sighting.
Good birding,
Bob Power
Oakland, CA



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From: "Fallingwater@comcast.net" <Fallingwater@comcast.net>
To: EBB_Sightings@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tue, September 21, 2010 6:47:56 PM
Subject: [EBB_Sightings] Locations of sightings






Hi There,

I must admit to not knowing the entire area covered by EBB. I would think others
on the list or someone just moving into the area, may feel the same. May I
suggest putting the City of the location of a posted sightings? It would be
helpful in finding the location.


Thanks

Greg

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FOS, Pinole

Laura Look <chamaea@...>
 

Oh-dear-me! A short walk this afternoon (Tues, Sept 21) at San Pablo Bay Regional Shoreline produced 3 first-of-season migrants: Golden-crowned Sparrow, White-crowned Sparrow, and a tattered-looking Ruby-crowned Kinglet. We also saw at least 3 Warbling Vireos.

San Pablo Bay RS is at the end of Pinole Shores Dr in Pinole.

Good birding,
--
Laura Look
Pinole, CA


Locations of sightings

Greg Wilson
 

Hi There,



I must admit to not knowing the entire area covered by EBB. I would think others on the list or someone just moving into the area, may feel the same. May I suggest putting the City of the location of a posted sightings? It would be helpful in finding the location.



Thanks

Greg


Shadow Cliffs

Steve Taylor
 

Decided to take a walk at Shadow Cliffs today just to see what was going on
down there. While I did manage to spot four nice birds, Osprey, Green
Heron, Kingfisher and a Moorhen (colorful to look at) for the most part
there were very few birds to be seen and those that were seen were pretty
much the usual ones. I sort of found the place to be dead other than lots
of Mallards and domestic ducks plus lots of turtles. Hopefully in about six
weeks or so this place will get better as in times past I have seen lots of
nice birds at Shadow Cliffs.



Steve



San Ramon


Contra Costa Co.

Joe Parker
 

After reading about the big day done yesterday, this morning I did some owling along Bear Creek Rd. in Orinda. I was able to see and hear GREAT HORNED OWLS, I saw 1 Barn Owl and heard, but did not see, Western Screech-Owls.
I then spent the morning at Mitchell Canyon in Clayton. A good variety of western migrants were there including Orange-crowned, YELLOW, Black- throated Gray, Townsend's and Wilson's warblers, Warbling Vireo, WESTERN TANAGER, and Western-type Flycatcher. 2 VAUX'S SWIFTS hawked over the canyon and a California Thrasher thought it was March by the way it was singing. Also fun was seeing 2 White-breasted Nuthatches foraging with 2 Red-Breasted Nuthatches. I also found my FOF Ruby- crowned Kinglet and Hermit Thrush.
Fall is here - the California Fall Colors were evident - the buckeyes are brown and the poison oak is turning red....
I then went to the Iron Horse WTP in Oakley. Did not find the Black Tern, but Forster's were coming and going, so it may still be around. Did see 3 RED-NECKED PHALAROPES riding the chop in the big pond and a LESSER YELLOWLEGS was roosting next to a Greater Yellowlegs for a great comparison. A few White-throated Swifts joined the swallow flock for a while. The swallows were mostly Tree, with some Barn, 2 Cliff and 1 Violet-green mixed in.

Kathy Parker
Los Gatos


FOS White-crowned Sparrow, San Ramon

SteveLombardi <hot-rock@...>
 

The FOS White-crown appeared in our birdbath in San Ramon this morning.

The FOS Fox Sparrow showed up on 9/15.

And an ornery juvenile male Rufous Hummingbird has been terrorizing the feeder for the last week or so.

It must be fall.

- Steve and Carol


Coyote Hills Regional Park Observation 9/19/10

Laurie <fair80@...>
 

The morning was warm and overcast. The afternoon was cloudy and hot. A spectacular day. Favorite time: on top of Lizard Rock with panoramic view, listening to little jet fighters (shovelers) coming in to splash down in the North Marsh. Many ground squirrels around the visitor's center, and one striped skunk snuffling under an oak tree.
Number of species: 53

Canada Goose 2
Gadwall 1
American Wigeon 1
Mallard 135
Cinnamon Teal 8
Northern Shoveler 2500 no males in full alternate plumage
Northern Pintail 1000 Wonderful! many eclipse males assuming breeding plumage. Females, juveniles. Not one full male.
Green-winged Teal (American) 17
Ring-necked Pheasant 1
Pied-billed Grebe 3
American White Pelican 175
Great Blue Heron 3
Great Egret 10
Snowy Egret 10
Turkey Vulture 8
White-tailed Kite 14
Northern Harrier 3
Red-tailed Hawk (Western) 6
American Kestrel 1 Driven from perch by Western Scrub Jay
Sora 1
Common Moorhen 3
American Coot 4
Killdeer 10
Black-necked Stilt 120
American Avocet 38
Greater Yellowlegs 7
Western Sandpiper 108
Least Sandpiper 84
Long-billed Dowitcher 4
California Gull 4
Mourning Dove 8
Anna's Hummingbird 11
Nuttall's Woodpecker 4
Willow Flycatcher 2
Pacific-slope Flycatcher 6
Black Phoebe 21
Western Scrub-Jay 15
Barn Swallow 40
Chestnut-backed Chickadee 1
Bushtit 30
Bewick's Wren 3
Marsh Wren 21
Northern Mockingbird 5
European Starling 3
Yellow Warbler 1
Spotted Towhee 2
California Towhee 6
Song Sparrow 16
White-crowned Sparrow 16
Dark-eyed Junco (Oregon) 13
Red-winged Blackbird (California Bicolored) 13
House Finch 71
American Goldfinch 5

Laurie Graham & Jeff Fairclough
South San Francisco


email

Tim Howe <timgh88@...>
 

Judy: Your recent email has me confused. What are you trying to tell me?

  Tim


Hayward Shoreline (9/20)

Bob Richmond
 

Seen at the shoreline this morning -

Western (Pac.-slope ?) - 1
Willow Flycatcher - 1
empip. sp. - 1
House Wren - 1
Orange-crowned Warbler - 1
Yellow Warbler - 3
White-crowned Sparrow - 5 are the first I have seen at the shoreline this fall,
even though they have been seen elsewhere.

Bob

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