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Fort Mason Local Interest

David Assmann
 

For the first time in about a week, there were few migrants in the Battery this morning - 7 YELLOW WARBLERS and 3 WILSON'S WARBLERS. The garden, on the other hand, was more active than it has been - a BULLOCK'S ORIOLE, a HOODED ORIOLE, a PACIFIC-SLOPE FLYCATCHER, 2 YELLOW WARBLERS, a BEWICK'S WREN, a WESTERN TANAGER and a BLACK-HEADED GROSBEAK. An OSPREY flew by at eye level over the Bay north of the Battery.