Post breeding dispersal is here

David Yeamans

At my tiny bird habitat I am seeing birds now that don't come frequently but they do come sometimes after there is no need to stay near their former nest. The juvenile juncos, house finches, Anna's hummingbirds, brown-headed cowbirds, and other usual suspects are here but so are Bullock's orioles, Allen's hummingbirds, and a western tanager. In two years out of the four I've lived in Livermore a hermit warbler has swung by for a bath. Maybe I'll be blessed again this year.
Dave Yeamans

If you see bad, do good.