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Black-throated Blue continues

Aedyn Loefke
 

The nice male Black-throated Blue Warbler continues now at Buddy Todd Park. 
Same area as described yesterday.
Six of us on it now.

  --Aedyn & Trysten Loefke 
Valley Center 


Re: Arctic Tern, South Shores boat ramp.

lindsay willrick
 

Morning, 

Artic tern and Craveri’s murrelet NOT observed this morning at Mission Bay Boat Ramp. 

Lindsay Willrick
Golden Hill, San Diego


From: SanDiegoRegionBirding@groups.io <SanDiegoRegionBirding@groups.io> on behalf of Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...>
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2021 2:52 PM
To: SanDiegoRegionBirding
Subject: Re: [SanDiegoRegionBirding] Arctic Tern, South Shores boat ramp.
 
Still present on dock at 250pm.

Justyn 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 2:11 PM Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...> wrote:
Well in a bit of a brain fart, in trying to see the Craveri’s from a spot within my 5MR circle, I took cellphone shots of a tern at the end of the dock there at the boat ramp, and forgot about it until just now. Reviewing the photos it’s an ARCTIC TERN. I have no idea if still present or not, as this was back around 11am. 

Justyn Stahl
North Park 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 10:44 AM Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...> wrote:
Craveri’s visible from South Shore boat ramp, standing here: (32.7654030, -117.2181636)

Justyn Stahl
North Park 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 10:24 AM Matt Sadowski <mattsadowski78@...> wrote:
The bird is a Craveri's and occasionally giving diagnostic insect-like trills.

Here:
32.7663954, -117.2186601

Matt Sadowski

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021, 09:15 Michelle Reilly <reilhag@...> wrote:
I’m seeing it from Mission Bay South Shores. It’s heading directly west towards channel between San World  and the dog park.  I’ve never seen one before so not sure what kind. --
Michelle  Haglund
"there is still good in this world and it's worth fighting for...Sam Gamgee



B-and-W Warbler, La Jolla, 27 Sep 2021

Paul Chad
 

A (female-type) Black-and-White Warbler was in the Muirlands /La Jolla today, about the mid-point of La Jolla Rancho Rd.

The bird was about 40 yards away from where the (same?) bird was seen about this time last year.

Good Birding,

Paul Chad
University City


FRNC, Point Loma -- Least Flycatcher, Magnolia Warbler, other birds, 27 Sep 2021

Gary Nunn
 

An early AM circuit this morning around Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, Point Loma turned up a small trove of nice birds, particularly in the Empidonax department.

Best find was a LEAST FLYCATCHER near the Plumbago capensis "hedge" along Catalina Highway, down in the dip in the highway, easily located at that time by rapid-fire "whitting" calls.  It flew off, whitting as it went, and I finally caught up with it over by "The Wall'', on the east side of the cemetery, feeding from grave marker tops in-an-out of the scrub behind the wall.  It was not relocated soon after by Jim Pawlicki who came to take a look for it.  In addition one GRAY FLYCATCHER, two HAMMOND'S FLYCATCHER, an OLIVE-SIDED FLYCATCHER, a MAGNOLIA WARBLER, found by Jim Pawlicki, last seen in the eucalyptus trees behind "The Wall", also a PLUMBEOUS VIREO, and a CLAY-COLORED SPARROW.

Many birds were moving about in the inclement weather conditions although it did seem to remain dry at the cemetery while I was there.

--
Gary Nunn
Pacific Beach


Re: Arctic Tern, South Shores boat ramp.

Justyn Stahl
 

Still present on dock at 250pm.

Justyn 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 2:11 PM Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...> wrote:
Well in a bit of a brain fart, in trying to see the Craveri’s from a spot within my 5MR circle, I took cellphone shots of a tern at the end of the dock there at the boat ramp, and forgot about it until just now. Reviewing the photos it’s an ARCTIC TERN. I have no idea if still present or not, as this was back around 11am. 

Justyn Stahl
North Park 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 10:44 AM Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...> wrote:
Craveri’s visible from South Shore boat ramp, standing here: (32.7654030, -117.2181636)

Justyn Stahl
North Park 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 10:24 AM Matt Sadowski <mattsadowski78@...> wrote:
The bird is a Craveri's and occasionally giving diagnostic insect-like trills.

Here:
32.7663954, -117.2186601

Matt Sadowski

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021, 09:15 Michelle Reilly <reilhag@...> wrote:
I’m seeing it from Mission Bay South Shores. It’s heading directly west towards channel between San World  and the dog park.  I’ve never seen one before so not sure what kind. --
Michelle  Haglund
"there is still good in this world and it's worth fighting for...Sam Gamgee



Re: Craveri’s Murrelet in Mission Bay

Geoff Veith
 

The Craver’s Murrelet is still present in the bay visible from this point (32.7654656, -117.2184812) west and north of the boat launch 

Geoff Veith 

Solana Beach 


On Sep 27, 2021, at 10:44 AM, Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...> wrote:


Craveri’s visible from South Shore boat ramp, standing here: (32.7654030, -117.2181636)

Justyn Stahl
North Park 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 10:24 AM Matt Sadowski <mattsadowski78@...> wrote:
The bird is a Craveri's and occasionally giving diagnostic insect-like trills.

Here:
32.7663954, -117.2186601

Matt Sadowski

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021, 09:15 Michelle Reilly <reilhag@...> wrote:
I’m seeing it from Mission Bay South Shores. It’s heading directly west towards channel between San World  and the dog park.  I’ve never seen one before so not sure what kind. --
Michelle  Haglund
"there is still good in this world and it's worth fighting for...Sam Gamgee



Arctic Tern, South Shores boat ramp.

Justyn Stahl
 

Well in a bit of a brain fart, in trying to see the Craveri’s from a spot within my 5MR circle, I took cellphone shots of a tern at the end of the dock there at the boat ramp, and forgot about it until just now. Reviewing the photos it’s an ARCTIC TERN. I have no idea if still present or not, as this was back around 11am. 

Justyn Stahl
North Park 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 10:44 AM Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...> wrote:
Craveri’s visible from South Shore boat ramp, standing here: (32.7654030, -117.2181636)

Justyn Stahl
North Park 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 10:24 AM Matt Sadowski <mattsadowski78@...> wrote:
The bird is a Craveri's and occasionally giving diagnostic insect-like trills.

Here:
32.7663954, -117.2186601

Matt Sadowski

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021, 09:15 Michelle Reilly <reilhag@...> wrote:
I’m seeing it from Mission Bay South Shores. It’s heading directly west towards channel between San World  and the dog park.  I’ve never seen one before so not sure what kind. --
Michelle  Haglund
"there is still good in this world and it's worth fighting for...Sam Gamgee



Black-throated Blue Warbler

Warren J. (Jeff) Clingan
 

Continues at Buddy Todd Park in Oceanside. In Carob and Ficus trees.

Coordinates: 33.20738° N, 117.34692° W

Jeff Clingan


Tropical Kingbird - Coronado--Coronado Ave. & 8th St.

Nathan McCall
 

Tropical Kingbird made an appearance about 10:50am today at the pocket park at the end of 8th St in Coronado. Last seen at 11am on the utility lines between Coronado Ave and Balboa Ave south of 8th St.

Nathan McCall
Coronado


Re: Craveri’s Murrelet in Mission Bay

Justyn Stahl
 

Craveri’s visible from South Shore boat ramp, standing here: (32.7654030, -117.2181636)

Justyn Stahl
North Park 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 10:24 AM Matt Sadowski <mattsadowski78@...> wrote:
The bird is a Craveri's and occasionally giving diagnostic insect-like trills.

Here:
32.7663954, -117.2186601

Matt Sadowski

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021, 09:15 Michelle Reilly <reilhag@...> wrote:
I’m seeing it from Mission Bay South Shores. It’s heading directly west towards channel between San World  and the dog park.  I’ve never seen one before so not sure what kind. --
Michelle  Haglund
"there is still good in this world and it's worth fighting for...Sam Gamgee



Re: Murrelet in Mission Bay

Matt Sadowski
 

The bird is a Craveri's and occasionally giving diagnostic insect-like trills.

Here:
32.7663954, -117.2186601

Matt Sadowski

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021, 09:15 Michelle Reilly <reilhag@...> wrote:
I’m seeing it from Mission Bay South Shores. It’s heading directly west towards channel between San World  and the dog park.  I’ve never seen one before so not sure what kind. --
Michelle  Haglund
"there is still good in this world and it's worth fighting for...Sam Gamgee



Black-throated Blue Warbler ; Buddy Todd Park ; 27 SEP 2021

Tito Gonzalez
 

male; ficus near Mesa Dr. middle 


Murrelet in Mission Bay

Michelle Reilly
 

I’m seeing it from Mission Bay South Shores. It’s heading directly west towards channel between San World  and the dog park.  I’ve never seen one before so not sure what kind. --
Michelle  Haglund
"there is still good in this world and it's worth fighting for...Sam Gamgee



Clay-colored & dark-lored White-crowned, G-t Towhee, Bank Swallow

lehman.paul@verizon.net
 

On Monday morning there's a Bank Swallow with about a dozen Barns off the end of 13th Street at the salt works. Larger numbers of Barns are, as usual, roosting on the utility wires closer to the salt works headquarters.

On Sunday morning, there was a Clay-colored Sparrow in Coronado, and an immature dark-lored White-crowned Sparrow, rare to very rare along the coast, and a Green-tailed Towhee in the community gardens in the TRV.

Paul Lehman, San Diego


Allied Gardens - Blackpoll NO - Black-throated Green maybe?

Christopher Adler
 

This morning in Allied Gardens, at least 7 birders were searching for the Blackpoll
Warbler without success. I was there for 2 hours. 

While searching Max L. and I heard a Townsend's-like chip and struggled to see 
a warbler at the very top of the biggest euc (the same one where the Blackpoll was yesterday - 
on the southern side of the grass field that is south of the playground). Yellow face with 
some black, but all white below and so we were thinking some Townsend's-Hermit mix. 
But my photos suggest Black-throated Green Warbler, although I don't have much experience
with this species. Comments welcome. 

My photos in the Ebird report, and Max is checking his as well......


Christopher Adler
Allied Gardens

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Blackburnian with parula

Nancy Christensen
 

A Blackburnian warbler came into the same tipu trees along La Jolla Farms Rd where the Northern Parula is being seen. A small traveling flock is coming along every few minutes (20 minutes?) with Townsends, parula snd the Blackburnian. Orange-crowns present all the time.

Nancy Christensen
Ramona


A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song.
Chinese Proverb


Northern Parula continues 9/26

Barbara
 

As per Jim Pawlicki’s coordinates:

32.8794661, -117.2443651

Quite misty here.

Barbara Carlson
SD


Greater White-fronted Geese and Vermilion Flycatcher at Lake Morena

Jeremiah Stock
 

I birded Lake Morena County Park mid-day Saturday September 25, 2021.  I walked from the area of the campground to the muddy edge of the upper, shallow arm of the lake.  There was a flock of 44 Greater White-fronted Geese along the shoreline that included at least 5 juveniles without speckled bellies.  Also saw a female Vermilion Flycatcher near the water's edge that was molting its tail feathers.  Finally, there was a white-headed adult Bald Eagle on a boulder in the lake.

Jeremiah Stock
Santee, CA
jscls@...


Is this a Bittern?

Jean Nichols Eichenlaub
 

In creek at Green Oak ranch this morning
Not sure what it is.

Jean



Enviado desde mi iPhone


Blackpoll Warbler continues

lehman.paul@verizon.net
 

The Blackpoll Warbler found by Chris Adler this morning in Allied Gardens is still present as of noon but has moved and is now feeding in the couple tipu trees and rarely the ficus that are at the extreme southwest corner of that main lawn area that has also the picnic tables and the kiddie playground, rather than in the one large lerpy eucalyptus that's along the south central part of that big lawn.

I also hear that the northern parula found by Tim Swain was still in its tipu trees in La Jolla as of 20 minutes ago.

At Jacumba, there's an adult male Vermilion flycatcher at the pond.

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