Fort Mason Local Interest - Ash-Throated Flycatcher, Lazuli Bunting, Blue Gray Gnatcatcher

David Assmann

After a few days of almost no migrants (a WESTERN KINGBIRD on Tuesday and another on Thursday were really the only ones), it was nice to start the day with an ASH-THROATED FLYCATCHER in the garden a little after 7. A couple of hours later, an Ash-Throated (possibly the same one) was behind the General's House. Other birds of note included a BLUE-GRAY GNATCATCHER, a LAZULI BUNTING, and a LINCOLN'S SPARROW. The BULLOCK'S ORIOLE was chattering and easily seen (it's been seen every day this week), and both a male and a female HOODED ORIOLE were behind the General's House.