Wandering Tattler Continues at Cesar Chavez


Sam Zuckerman
 

In approximately the same location where David Yeamans found two WATA Oct 1. At medium and rising tide, single bird foraging in seaweed on rocks on west shore of park about 100 yards north of traffic circle where road ends. Non-breeding plumage with little barring on belly. Tail bobbing. Photo at:
 
 


Jay
 

Still there right this moment. North along the path as described. It’s right opposite where the trees on the right give away to open brush. A little higher than the seaweed mostly and was completely still when I arrived. But now starting to do its little dance and head down to the seaweed.



Jay Dodge
Berkeley 



On Sunday, October 3, 2021, 9:09 AM, Sam Zuckerman <samzuckerman@...> wrote:

In approximately the same location where David Yeamans found two WATA Oct 1. At medium and rising tide, single bird foraging in seaweed on rocks on west shore of park about 100 yards north of traffic circle where road ends. Non-breeding plumage with little barring on belly. Tail bobbing. Photo at: