Trip to Jewel Lake: Wilson's Warblers, Hutton's Vireos, Jays, Towhees, and more
George A Suennen
I miss all the bird walks, so decide to take a trip up to Jewel
Lake. Not as active as it has been during the Spring before the
lock down, but still saw a few of the usual summer birds.
Saw lots of Wilson Warblers, a couple of Hutton's Vireos, a
Scrub-Jay and multiple Stellar's Jays. A prerequisite Black
Phoebe, dozens of Dark-eyed Juncos and Chestnut-backed Chickadees,
Towhees (California and Spotted), Song Sparrows by the remnants of
the Lake, a few Bewick's Wrens and Pacific-slope Flycatcher.
I posted photos at http://birds.avianist.com/2020/200818-Jewel-Lake