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Burrowing Owls and American Bittern continue at Pacific Commons marsh in Fremont

Charlotte Allen <c.allen@...>
 

As reported by Arthur Robinson on March 15th, two BURROWING OWLS were
sitting in the spot where the Ferruginous Hawk had previously been
seen, at the south east end of the path. A LOGGERHEAD SHRIKE was
hunting from the fence along the path.

One AMERICAN BITTERN was at the edge of the first marsh pond, along
with three COMMON MOORHENS, and three BLUE-WINGED TEAL.

Other birds present were many Black-crowned Night Herons, Great and
Snowy Egrets, Green-winged Teal, Cinnamon Teal, American Wigeons,
Northern Shovelers, Ruddy Ducks (some with bright blue bills), and
Common Ravens.

Charlotte Allen
c.allen@...