Clay Colored Sparrows, Nashville Warbler, Blackpoll Warbler, Chestnut-Sided Warbler

David Assmann

Started the morning at Crissy Field just before dawn, and had a CLAY COLORED SPARROW in with WHITE-CROWNED SPARROWS on the field. At Fort Mason, one of the first birds I saw was also a CLAY-COLORED SPARROW, on the lawn in front of the garden. Lots of migrants on the move. While I was taking pictures, Juan Garcia had a BLACKPOLL WARBLER in the Eucalyptus trees. More WESTERN TANAGERS than I've seen on any one day (30+), at least 18 YELLOW WARBLERS, 3 WARBLING VIREOS, 1 BLACK-HEADED GROSBEAK, 3 PACIFIC-SLOPE (WESTERN) FLYCATCHERS, and a continuing NASHVILLE WARBLER. Later I was able to see the CHESTNUT-SIDED WARBLER that Jack Hayden found in Sue Bierman Park.

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