Fort Mason Migrants and Golden Gate Yacht Club Harbor Mew Gull

David Assmann

Migrants continue to come through at Fort Mason, with a WILLOW FLYCATCHER and a YELLOW WARBLER in the shrubs next to the restrooms; a PACIFIC-SLOPE FLYCATCHER, a HOUSE WREN and an ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLER in the garden; a HOODED ORIOLE and a WILSON'S WARBLER on the slope above Aquatic Park; and 8 YELLOW WARBLERS, a HOUSE WREN, a TOWNSEND'S WARBLER and 4 WESTERN TANAGERS in the Battery. Also had a brief look at what I was fairly sure was a LINCOLN'S SPARROW, but the bird was too skulky to get a second look. The Golden Gate Yacht Club had 17 SURFBIRDS, a BLACK TURNSTONE and a 2nd winter MEW GULL (early).