Fort Mason Local Interest

David Assmann

Migrants continued to trickle through Fort Mason this morning, with a WESTERN TANAGER and a BLACK-HEADED GROSBEAK behind the General's House, a YELLOW WARBLER, a HOUSE WREN and a WARBLING VIREO in the garden, and a RED-BREASTED NUTHATCH, a HOUSE WREN, 7 YELLOW WARBLERS, a TOWNSEND'S WARBLER, a WILSON'S WARBLER and a WESTERN TANAGER in the Battery. An ORANGE CROWNED WARBLER was south of the restrooms, and two HOODED ORIOLE flew over the lawn in front of the General's House.