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Black and White Warbler Continuing

Linda T
 

Just updating that several of us saw the Black-and-White Warbler again this morning about 9:30 am in the two minimally leafed trees south of 2999 Regent where it dead ends in a turnabout. When last seen the bird was flying south to another group of trees. Thanks again to Sharon Jue for the tip. Wonderful bird.

Sharon Jue
 

Still present 12:15 11/12 at the little parklet at Bateman and Webster.
Much more active and harder to track.

On Mon, Nov 11, 2019, 10:07 AM Linda T <shama.aria@...> wrote:

Just updating that several of us saw the Black-and-White Warbler again
this morning about 9:30 am in the two minimally leafed trees south of 2999
Regent where it dead ends in a turnabout. When last seen the bird was
flying south to another group of trees. Thanks again to Sharon Jue for the
tip. Wonderful bird.



Ralph Pericoli
 

Saw the Black-and-white Warbler @ 1:55 pm in the Magnolia trees of the little parklet. It was making rapid chit calls and moving amongst the Magnolias. Two other birders present and witnessed this.

Good Birding,
Ralph Pericoli

On Nov 12, 2019, at 12:25 PM, Sharon Jue <sljue1@...> wrote:

Still present 12:15 11/12 at the little parklet at Bateman and Webster.
Much more active and harder to track.

On Mon, Nov 11, 2019, 10:07 AM Linda T <shama.aria@...> wrote:

Just updating that several of us saw the Black-and-White Warbler again
this morning about 9:30 am in the two minimally leafed trees south of 2999
Regent where it dead ends in a turnabout. When last seen the bird was
flying south to another group of trees. Thanks again to Sharon Jue for the
tip. Wonderful bird.




Ralph Pericoli
 

Correction: the Black-and-white Warbler was seen in the tot-lot at Regent & Webster.

Ralph Pericoli

On Nov 12, 2019, at 2:08 PM, Ralph Pericoli <ralphpericoli@...> wrote:

Saw the Black-and-white Warbler @ 1:55 pm in the Magnolia trees of the little parklet. It was making rapid chit calls and moving amongst the Magnolias. Two other birders present and witnessed this.

Good Birding,
Ralph Pericoli
On Nov 12, 2019, at 12:25 PM, Sharon Jue <sljue1@...> wrote:

Still present 12:15 11/12 at the little parklet at Bateman and Webster.
Much more active and harder to track.

On Mon, Nov 11, 2019, 10:07 AM Linda T <shama.aria@...> wrote:

Just updating that several of us saw the Black-and-White Warbler again
this morning about 9:30 am in the two minimally leafed trees south of 2999
Regent where it dead ends in a turnabout. When last seen the bird was
flying south to another group of trees. Thanks again to Sharon Jue for the
tip. Wonderful bird.






Teale Fristoe
 

The Alta Bates Black-and-white Warbler continues on 11/19. First found
around 10:45am in its favorite area, the west side of Regent just north of
Webster, it spent time high in exposed trees there as well as concealed
behind the hedges before flying east to the trees along the north of
Bateman Park and then to the area just north of the intersection of Bateman
and Webster. There is stayed low in shrubs and on the fence posts near the
active sprinklers.

Here's hoping it stays all winter!
Teale Fristoe
Berkeley

On Tue, Nov 12, 2019 at 2:34 PM Ralph Pericoli <ralphpericoli@...>
wrote:

Correction: the Black-and-white Warbler was seen in the tot-lot at Regent
& Webster.

Ralph Pericoli
On Nov 12, 2019, at 2:08 PM, Ralph Pericoli <ralphpericoli@...>
wrote:

Saw the Black-and-white Warbler @ 1:55 pm in the Magnolia trees of the
little parklet. It was making rapid chit calls and moving amongst the
Magnolias. Two other birders present and witnessed this.

Good Birding,
Ralph Pericoli
On Nov 12, 2019, at 12:25 PM, Sharon Jue <sljue1@...> wrote:

Still present 12:15 11/12 at the little parklet at Bateman and Webster.
Much more active and harder to track.

On Mon, Nov 11, 2019, 10:07 AM Linda T <shama.aria@...> wrote:

Just updating that several of us saw the Black-and-White Warbler again
this morning about 9:30 am in the two minimally leafed trees south of
2999
Regent where it dead ends in a turnabout. When last seen the bird was
flying south to another group of trees. Thanks again to Sharon Jue
for the
tip. Wonderful bird.