richard s. cimino
Patterson Pass Warbler Migration fallout continues.
Arriving at 8:45 am at RM 7:14 a Yellow Warbler was seen, also a singing
Moving further west to RM 6.97 (poor parking) three Orange-crown
Warblers feeding in the willows.
RM6.51 a Western Kingbird and Larks Sparrows
RM6.21 Audubon Warblers all males, Two Brown-headed Cow Birds, Lesser
Gold Finches and a Black-throated Gray Warbler.
Between RM 6.21 and 6.04 a Yellow Warbler, two Black-throated Warblers,
four Audubon Warblers, Nashville Warbler and an Orange-crowned Warbler.
RM 5.90 to the wind power gate five Black-throated Gray Warblers, two
Nashville Warblers 2, seven Audubon Warblers, one Myrtle Yellow-rumped
Warbler, White and Golden Crowned Lark Sparrows.
Between the wind power gate (marker 14680) and RM 5.47 a Road Runner
crossed the road walking south. This is the fourth time I've had a Road
Runner on Patterson Pass Rd.
Looking south from wind power gate (marker 15205) are two Burrowing Owls
on the hill side..
Also the wild flower display appears to be starting on Patterson Pass Rd.