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Golden-winged Warbler

Matt Sadowski
 

Back in the oaks SE of bathroom.

Matt Sadowski

Re: Golden-winged Warbler

Lisa Ruby
 


Still here in the oaks on the slope by the bathroom off Cosoy. 

Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs 


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From: Matt Sadowski <mattsadowski321@...>
Date: 6/4/19 12:23 PM (GMT-08:00)
To: sandiegoregionbirding@groups.io
Subject: [SanDiegoRegionBirding] Golden-winged Warbler

Back in the oaks SE of bathroom.

Matt Sadowski

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Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs

Re: Golden-winged Warbler

dan jehl
 

Remains in the oaks at 4:00 p.m. 10 birders here on the GWWA. 

Dan Jehl 
San Diego 


On Jun 4, 2019, at 1:14 PM, Lisa Ruby <lruby1@...> wrote:


Still here in the oaks on the slope by the bathroom off Cosoy. 

Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs 


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-------- Original message --------
From: Matt Sadowski <mattsadowski321@...>
Date: 6/4/19 12:23 PM (GMT-08:00)
Subject: [SanDiegoRegionBirding] Golden-winged Warbler

Back in the oaks SE of bathroom.

Matt Sadowski

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Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs

Golden-winged Warbler continues 630pm

Justyn Stahl
 

Same location as previously described: upper Presidio Park, in oaks at base of hill with orange flowers/ivy, southeast of bathroom along Cosoy Way. 

32.757357, -117.192131



Justyn Stahl

Re: Golden-winged Warbler continues 630pm

Anthony Fife
 

Great Bird Justin! Thanks for sharing. For those of you who couldn’t make it out today, or did and didn’t get good looks, I just posted a new video that got pretty decent looks at movements, behavior, and attributes. I hope you enjoy!

https://youtu.be/FiHjlAj0OkQ

Anthony “TooFly”
La Mesa

Golden-winger warbler...YES or NO?

Jim Roberts GMAIL
 

Has anyone found the Golden-winged warbler this morning?

 

                  Jim Roberts

                  University CIty

Re: Golden-winger warbler...YES or NO?

Gjon Hazard
 

No. Half-dozen birders here for the past hour or more. No joy... yet. 

-Gjon

On Jun 5, 2019, at 7:59 AM, Jim Roberts GMAIL <jroberts32281947@...> wrote:

Has anyone found the Golden-winged warbler this morning?

 

                  Jim Roberts

                  University CIty

Sunday's June 9th. Buena Vista Audubon Pelagic

David Povey
 

Spaces are available for Sunday's pelagic trip, and we are going. The weather forecast is great and seas will be kind. We have plenty of spaces, and should right up to departure. I suggest if you come to H & M  Landing to purchase a ticket, you do so an hour before the 7 a.m. departure.
Recent signings on both land and sea have been very interesting. I hope you'll join us.
If you wish a reservation call 619 222-1144 or go on line to www.hmlanding.com. for Grande Birding.
Dave Povey
Dulzura

Re: Golden-winger warbler...YES or NO?

Edana Salisbury
 

So far this morning no one has seen the bird.  Still looking.  

Edana Salisbury 
Buena Park 
and possibly autocorrected incorrectly ....

On Jun 5, 2019, at 7:59 AM, Jim Roberts GMAIL <jroberts32281947@...> wrote:

Has anyone found the Golden-winged warbler this morning?

 

                  Jim Roberts

                  University CIty

Re: Golden-winger warbler...YES or NO?

Denise Riddle
 

I was there from 7:15 x 10:15 and Bird was not found.

Denise Riddle
Oceanside

GWWA

phil Pryde
 

I arrived at Cosoy St. at 11:30 and was told by searchers there that the GWWA had not been seen all morning.  I stayed until about 12:30 and the only warbler I saw was a consolation prize Orange-crown. Lots of Juncos. Hey, I’m desperate. 

Phil Pryde

miscellanea

lehman.paul@verizon.net
 

Over the past three days there has still been a trickle of typical early-June landbird migrants passing through, including a few W. Wood-Pewees, Willow Flycatchers, Swainson's Thrushes, and Western Tanagers. Singing Swainson's Thrushes at Sorrento Valley, along the SD River near the SD Mission, and along the SD River west of Mast Park (2) are all presumably on territory. A Phainopepla at Pt. Loma Nazarene Univ. on 4 June was probably an early post-breeding disperser from somewhere else. Seems as though there's been a noticeable influx in Marbled Godwit numbers already starting around the 3rd or so, which if not just a shuffling of unknown over-summering birds would suggest that a lot of failed breeders have come back already over 2-3 weeks early this year. A Brant and 1 or 2 Reddish Egrets continue on south San Diego Bay, and there are 9 Ruddy Turnstones and 2 Western Sandpipers at the saltworks. Finally, at least 7 adult and 2 family-groups of 11 duckling Redheads are at San Dieguito Lagoon in Del Mar, the only quasi-consistent breeding locality in the county.

--Paul Lehman, San Diego

next san elijo monthly bird count monday 10 june

Robert Patton
 

The next San Elijo monthly bird count will be Monday 10 June.  Counts are conducted by volunteers on the second Monday of each month, rain or shine.  Please spread the word or join us if you can (no RSVP required).  Meet at 7:30 am at the north end of Rios Ave in Solana Beach (north from Lomas Santa Fe Dr, west of I-5) to divide into groups to cover different subareas.  A compilation generally follows around noon at the nature center on Manchester Ave (bring your own lunch).

Thanks!
R. Patton
San Diego, CA

Baltimore Oriole

lehman.paul@verizon.net
 

On Friday morning, there is an adult male Baltimore Oriole at the bird and butterfly garden in the TRV. Currently in the trees near the parking lot.

Paul Lehman, San Diego

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Male Magnolia Warbler Pio Pico

Susan Smith
 

In point Loma neighborhood  at 363 Pio Pico. Sue Smith del mar



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Susan Smith
Seiurus Biological Consulting
Del Mar, CA

More Cook's Petrels

David Povey
 

I saw 10 Cook's Petrels below Ensenada yesterday. Although a bit farther from home down the Baja coast. I was surprised at how close to shore the Cook's Petrels were seen. Maybe 12-15 n.miles
Also had a Black-footed Albatross there, as well a 5 getting late breeding plumage  Red Phalaropes, and the only Pomarine Jaeger I've seen in a while.
Also of note was an adult alternate plumage Heermann's Gull, and post breeding Royal Tern, among the usual expected sea birds.
Dave Povey
Dulzura

Pio Pico breeding male Magnolia Warbler continues 11:15

Susan Smith
 

This bird continues to sing sporadically  and is still being seen intermittently at the same location earlier reported along Pio Pico near intersection with Silvergate Ave, Point Loma.  This plumage and spring occurrence is rather  unusual in San Diego County.  Sue Smith, Del Mar CA



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Susan Smith
Seiurus Biological Consulting
Del Mar, CA

Magnolia Warbler still in 3640 pio pico Point Loma at 12:48 6/7

terry hurst
 

Sorry posted to yahoo group. As is 1:06 pm still here. It does song every 15 minutes or so.


Begin forwarded message:

From: Terry Hurst <thurstycat61@...>
Date: June 7, 2019 at 12:52:39 PM PDT
To: Sandiegoregionbirding Birding <sandiegoregionbirding@...>
Subject: Magnolia Warbler still in 3640 pio pico Point Loma at 12:48 6/7

Likes small area. Seen at the honeysuckle tree.
Currently singing.
Terry Hurst
Santee


breeding Japanese white-eyes in Solana Beach

Steve Perry
 

Hi all,

Jayne Lesley and I observed 3 white eyes: 2 adults feeding a fledged chick. Photo of one adult on my eBird check list:

https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S57180399

We observed them for 30 minutes, and they were still visible and very active when we left. We also captured some video with their calls audible. The exact location is at the junction of Rios Avenue and Gibson Point. They are in the landscaping on the south side of Gibson Point, but they also occasionally flew across Rios to bushes in the yard of the house on the corner of Rios and Seabright. While not mentioned in the Atlas, they have been recorded in Encinitas, but no breeding confirmed. Brennan had one in San Elijo Lagoon last year, so they seem to be expanding and doing well. Has anyone else seen evidence of breeding in the county?

Steve Perry

Solana Beach



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Steve Perry
Solana Beach, CA

Magnolia Warbler gone

lehman.paul@verizon.net
 

The Point Loma residential Magnolia Warbler present all day yesterday appears to be gone this morning. No sign of it  in over two hours of several birders looking and listening. Not a surprise, given that a good half of the late spring landbird migrants are one-day wonders anyway, irrespective of the weather. The only migrant I saw in the neighborhood this morning was a singing male Western Tanager.

Paul Lehman et al., San Diego

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