Fort Mason Local Interest

David Assmann

This morning was more like a winter morning at Fort Mason - fewer migrants, and more of our overwintering birds.  The only sparrow of note was a WHITE-THROATED SPARROW just north of the parking area on the northwest corner of the lawn in front of the General's House. A YELLOW WARBLER was close to the General's House, and a COMMON YELLOWTHROAT was near the cul-de-sac. The only unexpected bird was what looked like a TROPICAL KINGBIRD that flew over heading west.

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