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Re: Red-faced Warbler

Nancy Christensen
 

A Bells Vireo was singing while I was there, and I photograohed a Warbling Vireo.


On Sep 8, 2021, at 3:53 PM, phil Pryde <PhilPinSD@...> wrote:

    The RFWA was seen intermittently for most of Wed. morning. It was in the same E-W row of trees where it’s been previously reported, south of Monument Road about 100 yards west of Hollister.  I saw it between 10:45 and 11:00 mostly high in the trees near the west end of the line of trees. 
    Here’s a request for others who were there this morning:  in addition to the RFWA, there were also at least 2 species of vireos in the trees, but both were highly uncooperative and the 3 of us that were birding together could never get a definitive look at either one, mainly because we were only seeing the underside. Both lacked white in the lore areas.
     One was mostly white underneath, including the chin area, had weak wing bars, and a medium strong white eye stripe. No apparent yellow on it. Since no one has reported anything out of the ordinary, I’m guessing this one was either a Warbling or Bell's. 
    The other one was somewhat similar, but a little yellow in the breast area was visible. It had a fairly dark eye-stripe, reminiscent of a Red-eyed Vireo (but for various reasons probably wasn’t that).  Did anyone get a positive ID on a vireo with some yellow in the breast area and darkish eye-stripe?   If so, thanks for replying.

    p.s.:  A Red-naped Sapsucker was also seen in the same area. 


Phil Pryde 
San Carlos 


Red-faced Warbler

phil Pryde
 

    The RFWA was seen intermittently for most of Wed. morning. It was in the same E-W row of trees where it’s been previously reported, south of Monument Road about 100 yards west of Hollister.  I saw it between 10:45 and 11:00 mostly high in the trees near the west end of the line of trees. 
    Here’s a request for others who were there this morning:  in addition to the RFWA, there were also at least 2 species of vireos in the trees, but both were highly uncooperative and the 3 of us that were birding together could never get a definitive look at either one, mainly because we were only seeing the underside. Both lacked white in the lore areas.
     One was mostly white underneath, including the chin area, had weak wing bars, and a medium strong white eye stripe. No apparent yellow on it. Since no one has reported anything out of the ordinary, I’m guessing this one was either a Warbling or Bell's. 
    The other one was somewhat similar, but a little yellow in the breast area was visible. It had a fairly dark eye-stripe, reminiscent of a Red-eyed Vireo (but for various reasons probably wasn’t that).  Did anyone get a positive ID on a vireo with some yellow in the breast area and darkish eye-stripe?   If so, thanks for replying.

    p.s.:  A Red-naped Sapsucker was also seen in the same area. 


Phil Pryde 
San Carlos 


correction Re: [SanDiegoRegionBirding] Waterthrush at Mission Bay Resort

Michelle Reilly
 

Not Hilton - Mission Bay Resort.

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Michelle  Haglund
"there is still good in this world and it's worth fighting for...Sam Gamgee




On Wed, Sep 8, 2021 at 8:59 AM Michelle Reilly via groups.io <reilhag=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
In area with a large Tipu tree near the Coronado wing. On the ground, constant tail bobbing. There a lot of song sparrows in the area, chasing it. Last seen in the Tipu.  


Phalaropes in South Bay

Anthony Fife
 

This morning (09/08/21) around 8 AM, I had over 77 phalaropes at the Hollister St. Pond. It was incidental, as I was working, so no scope or binoculars. The ones I could ID by sight were Red-Necked. But if you’re looking for great photos, or looking to scan through for anything special, it’s a great spot. They were pretty close to shore at the viewing deck and in range for great photos.

Location: 400 Hollister Street, San Diego, Ca 92154

Anthony “Too Fly” Fife
El Cajon


Waterthrush at Mission Bay Hilton

Michelle Reilly
 

In area with a large Tipu tree near the Coronado wing. On the ground, constant tail bobbing. There a lot of song sparrows in the area, chasing it. Last seen in the Tipu.  


Yellow-green Vireo and other continuing rarities

lehman.paul@verizon.net
 

On Wednesday morning the 8th, the yellow green vireo continues along Catalina Boulevard at the southernmost end of the cemetery, And as has become it's MO the last few days, it is seen either in the eucalyptus on the west side of Catalina just before you leave the cemetery (or trees right next to that), or in the lemonade berry on the east side of the road immediately south of the south fence of the cemetery, all of which is visible from the roadside so you do not need to go into the cemetery at all. And as always, the bird continues very sneaky and easy to lose track of instantaneously upon spotting it.

Yesterday, the 7th, the Stilt sandpiper juvenile continued at the east end of Pond 20 at the salt works, which unfortunately will be drying up now, and both the Eastern kingbirds continued yesterday but were seen only briefly. That is, the bird along Sunset near the ball fields and the bird at the main Dairy Mart pond, which are different individuals on the basis of clear differences in tail tip pattern and breast wash.

Paul Lehman, San Diego


Red-faced warbler now

C K Staurovsky
 

Here: (32.5426529, -117.0863615)

San Diego’s CK Staurovsky - Avocational ornithologist, itinerant, scribe, connoisseur, erstwhile casual hero ...


Eastern Kingbird at Dairy Mart Pond

Derek Hameister
 

The Eastern Kingbird is now continuing at the far edge of the Dairy Mart pond from the main lookout with several CAKI and WEKI.

Derek Hameister

Seal Beach CA


Re: Red-faced Warbler continues at Smugglers Gulch TRV

Mark Stratton
 

I don’t want to clog up this post but as of 3 PM it was still here and I’m sure it will be so till the end of the day.

Mark Stratton from North Park

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 2:58 PM Lisa Ruby via groups.io <lbruby1=protonmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
For anyone who will try going closer to the end of the day, from 5:30 p.m. onward yesterday we had good luck from the road side. Sometimes it dropped low or went closer to the other side of the trees, but a lot of the time it was visible and could be photographed from the road.

Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs

On 9/7/2021 11:49 AM, Geoff Veith wrote:
Red Faced Warbler still present as of 11:46 am in Tamarisk grove tending to favor mid to low story and best viewed from behind the trees looking north back toward Monument Rd.  

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 9:19 AM Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...> wrote:
Still present now (918am), 

(32.5428276, -117.0874377)

Parking on road.

Justyn Stahl 

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 6:37 AM Loren Wright <lorenywright@...> wrote:
Seen at 0637. Tamarisks along Monument.

Loren Wright
Cypress







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Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs


Re: Red-faced Warbler continues at Smugglers Gulch TRV

dan jehl
 

Still here enchanting the crowd at 3:00. Best views/photos from the south side of the tamarisks. 

Dan Jehl  
San Diego 


On Sep 7, 2021, at 2:58 PM, Lisa Ruby via groups.io <lbruby1@...> wrote:

 For anyone who will try going closer to the end of the day, from 5:30 p.m. onward yesterday we had good luck from the road side. Sometimes it dropped low or went closer to the other side of the trees, but a lot of the time it was visible and could be photographed from the road.

Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs

On 9/7/2021 11:49 AM, Geoff Veith wrote:
Red Faced Warbler still present as of 11:46 am in Tamarisk grove tending to favor mid to low story and best viewed from behind the trees looking north back toward Monument Rd.  

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 9:19 AM Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...> wrote:
Still present now (918am), 

(32.5428276, -117.0874377)

Parking on road.

Justyn Stahl 

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 6:37 AM Loren Wright <lorenywright@...> wrote:
Seen at 0637. Tamarisks along Monument.

Loren Wright
Cypress







--
Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs


Re: Red-faced Warbler continues at Smugglers Gulch TRV

Lisa Ruby
 

For anyone who will try going closer to the end of the day, from 5:30 p.m. onward yesterday we had good luck from the road side. Sometimes it dropped low or went closer to the other side of the trees, but a lot of the time it was visible and could be photographed from the road.

Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs

On 9/7/2021 11:49 AM, Geoff Veith wrote:
Red Faced Warbler still present as of 11:46 am in Tamarisk grove tending to favor mid to low story and best viewed from behind the trees looking north back toward Monument Rd.  

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 9:19 AM Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...> wrote:
Still present now (918am), 

(32.5428276, -117.0874377)

Parking on road.

Justyn Stahl 

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 6:37 AM Loren Wright <lorenywright@...> wrote:
Seen at 0637. Tamarisks along Monument.

Loren Wright
Cypress







--
Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs


Re: Red-faced Warbler continues at Smugglers Gulch TRV

Geoff Veith
 

Red Faced Warbler still present as of 11:46 am in Tamarisk grove tending to favor mid to low story and best viewed from behind the trees looking north back toward Monument Rd.  

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 9:19 AM Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl@...> wrote:
Still present now (918am), 

(32.5428276, -117.0874377)

Parking on road.

Justyn Stahl 

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 6:37 AM Loren Wright <lorenywright@...> wrote:
Seen at 0637. Tamarisks along Monument.

Loren Wright
Cypress






Re: Red-faced Warbler continues at Smugglers Gulch TRV

Justyn Stahl
 

Still present now (918am), 

(32.5428276, -117.0874377)

Parking on road.

Justyn Stahl 

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 6:37 AM Loren Wright <lorenywright@...> wrote:
Seen at 0637. Tamarisks along Monument.

Loren Wright
Cypress






Red-faced Warbler continues at Smugglers Gulch TRV

Loren Wright
 

Seen at 0637. Tamarisks along Monument.

Loren Wright
Cypress


Re: Magician Jim Pawlicki finds Red-faced Warbler Smuggler's Gulch, TRV

Susan Smith
 


Not sure this went through.  A correction: the original location of find for this bird is  32.5429929, -117.0873264 . So sorry for typo.  sue

Susan Smith 
Seiurus Biological  Consulting 
Del Mar, CA 
seiurus@...



-----Original Message-----
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To: sandiegoregionbirding@groups.io <sandiegoregionbirding@groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Sep 6, 2021 5:03 pm
Subject: Magician Jim Pawlicki finds Red-faced Warbler Smuggler's Gulch, TRV

On the SDFO RBA--35.5429929, -117.0873264  along Monument Rd. Parking along rd and nearby along Hollister.  I thought Parking was open in this area, but maybe no longer.  At 4:54 pm Jim reports bird moved a short distance to the NW at 32.5434816, -117.0877123 . 
   Yay, James!!!   

Susan Smith 
Seiurus Biological  Consulting 
Del Mar, CA 
seiurus@...

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Susan Smith
Seiurus Biological Consulting
Del Mar, CA


Re: Magician Jim Pawlicki finds Red-faced Warbler Smuggler's Gulch, TRV

Susan Smith
 

correction: original location  32.5429929, -117.0873264 . So sorry for typo.  sue

Susan Smith 
Seiurus Biological  Consulting 
Del Mar, CA 
seiurus@...


-----Original Message-----
From: Susan Smith via groups.io <seiurus@...>
To: sandiegoregionbirding@groups.io <sandiegoregionbirding@groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Sep 6, 2021 5:03 pm
Subject: [SanDiegoRegionBirding] Magician Jim Pawlicki finds Red-faced Warbler Smuggler's Gulch, TRV

On the SDFO RBA--35.5429929, -117.0873264  along Monument Rd. Parking along rd and nearby along Hollister.  I thought Parking was open in this area, but maybe no longer.  At 4:54 pm Jim reports bird moved a short distance to the NW at 32.5434816, -117.0877123 . 
   Yay, James!!!   

Susan Smith 
Seiurus Biological  Consulting 
Del Mar, CA 
seiurus@...

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Susan Smith
Seiurus Biological Consulting
Del Mar, CA

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Susan Smith
Seiurus Biological Consulting
Del Mar, CA


Magician Jim Pawlicki finds Red-faced Warbler Smuggler's Gulch, TRV

Susan Smith
 

On the SDFO RBA--35.5429929, -117.0873264  along Monument Rd. Parking along rd and nearby along Hollister.  I thought Parking was open in this area, but maybe no longer.  At 4:54 pm Jim reports bird moved a short distance to the NW at 32.5434816, -117.0877123 . 
   Yay, James!!!   

Susan Smith 
Seiurus Biological  Consulting 
Del Mar, CA 
seiurus@...

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Susan Smith
Seiurus Biological Consulting
Del Mar, CA


Pectoral Sandpiper Robb Field Mudflats 9/6

Nathan French
 

4:45 pm watching a PESA foraging on the Mudflats just north of the western most tennis courts. (32.7561033, -117.2404621)

Nathan French
Hillcrest


Re: Eastern Kingbird 9/6

Matt Sadowski
 

There is fruit here (pokeweed?) that the kingbirds and bluebirds are eating. Just east of euc grove across from/north of the northwest corner of the ballfields.

M. Sadowski

On Mon, Sep 6, 2021, 12:31 PM Matt Sadowski via groups.io <mattsadowski78=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Along Sunset in euc grove across from the ballfields.

M. Sadowski


Eastern Kingbird 9/6

Matt Sadowski
 

Along Sunset in euc grove across from the ballfields.

M. Sadowski

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