Fort Mason - Lark Sparrow, Orchard Oriole, Gray Flycatcher, Lewis's Woodpecker, Palm Warbler

David Assmann

A great day for migrants at Fort Mason yesterday. A LARK SPARROW was on the west side of the garden, the young male ORCHARD ORIOLE was hanging out with a newly arrived HOODED ORIOLE, and a PALM WARBLER was on the grass in front of the chapel.  Several SAVANNAH SPARROWS were in with the many WHITE-CROWNED SPARROWS. A LINCOLN'S SPARROW was in the middle of the garden. A PEREGRINE FALCON was chasing another PEREGRINE FALCON. Wave after wave of WESTERN MEADOWLARKS were moving through - at least 125 in total, including one flock of more than 70. I returned to Fort Mason after lunch after hearing that Oscar Moss had a GRAY FLYCATCHER and a LEWIS'S WOODPECKER. Both were on the west side of the garden.

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