The Chimney Swift found by Paul Lehman was present in the Tijuana River Valley again this morning.
First seen briefly, and solo on west of Dairy Mart Road between the south and middle ponds. Then 15-20 mins.
later it gave longer, more satisfying looks on both sides of the Dairy Mart Rd bridge over the river, for a number of observers.
The Chimney Swift there with a half dozen or so Vaux Swifts, and many swallows. Very slightly larger, differing flight
style, and missing, damaged or molting some flight feathers, assisted in picking out this bird.
Other spots in the valley had a few late migrants. A female Western Tanager was in the Silk Oak at the park headquarters.
A female Hermit Warbler was in the Bird and Butterfly garden, as was Swanson's Thrush, several Townsend's Warblers
Yellow Warblers, and the like. A male and female Lawrence's Goldfinches are still present. The female appeared to be
collecting nesting material.