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Indigo Bunting pics 2

Eric Kallen
 

Soory about that previous post


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Egk.smugmug.com/photography


Eric Kallen

Indigo Bunting pics

Eric Kallen
 

The male indigo bunting has been seen several times this morning at the water near the tents and debris at Famosa Slough. South portion of the slough, east side.  Sames spot as the Cape May warbler was seen earlier in the we

White-eyed Vireo

David Trissel
 

Singing in the open at 10:30 in front of 544 Silver Gate. Seen with Rachel MacNutt.

David Trissel
San Diego, CA

Bay-breasted Warbler

David Trissel
 

Re-found at 9:20 in trees at border between 3640 and 3658 Dudley. Seen and photographed by many.

David Trissel
San Diego, CA

Male Indigo Bunting just spotted Famosa Slough.

Terry Hurst <thurstycat53@...>
 

In bushes coming from parking side near the water. 

Terry Hurst
Santee



next san elijo monthly bird count monday 12 june

Robert Patton
 

Please spread the word –

San Elijo Lagoon monthly bird count

Monday June 12th (& 2nd Monday of each month, rain or shine)

Meet at the north end of Rios Ave in Solana Beach at 7:30 am

(from I-5, exit Lomas Santa Fe Dr & head west, turn north on Rios Ave which is just east of Highway 101 & the railroad tracks)

Bring a lunch or pick up one nearby & we’ll meet to compile at noon at the nature center (SE of intersection of Manchester Ave & San Elijo Ave)

Thanks!

R. Patton

San Diego, CA

Re: Bay-breasted Warbler re-found in Point Loma

Brian Flick <flickbrian@...>
 

Bay breasted warbler active at 1855 7jun, at eye level working sw corner of 3714 near mailbox. Thanks Mauro et al


On Jun 7, 2017, at 11:18 AM, Mel Senac msenac@... [SanDiegoRegionBirding] <SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply@...> wrote:

 

Arrived at 10:00AM on Thursday June 7 and several birders present trying to find the Bay-breasted Warbler. As soon as everyone departed I heard the bird singing at 11:02 AM deep on the property of 3714 Dudley. Then it flew closer and landed in a tree on the property next door( 3658). A few photo ID pics obtained before it flew back deeper on the property. So the bird is still around.
Also the male Rose-breasted Grosbeak was still singing away at 10:45AM on Temple as reported by David Trissel earlier this morning.

Mel Senac
La Jolla


Re: Indigo Bunting Continues; Famosa S.

Tito Gonzalez
 

I apologize for the ambiguous directions. Hopefully the following is more helpful.

I observed the bird in main willows section on the south side. Towards the eastern side there is a trail that passes right next to homeless camp site. Just beyond the camp (on trail heading east) there is water on the right side. The bird was drinking/washing in the 2nd puddle under the dense foliage canopy.

Tito Gonzalez

Indigo Bunting Continues; Famosa S.

Tito Gonzalez
 

Male INDIGO BUNTING seen low near camp on water on 7Jun17 at 1:45 pm.

Tito Gonzalez
Carlsbad 

Bay-breasted Warbler re-found in Point Loma

Mel Senac
 

Arrived at 10:00AM on Thursday June 7 and several birders present trying to find the Bay-breasted Warbler. As soon as everyone departed I heard the bird singing at 11:02 AM deep on the property of 3714 Dudley. Then it flew closer and landed in a tree on the property next door( 3658). A few photo ID pics obtained before it flew back deeper on the property. So the bird is still around.
Also the male Rose-breasted Grosbeak was still singing away at 10:45AM on Temple as reported by David Trissel earlier this morning.

Mel Senac
La Jolla

Male Rose-breasted Grosbeak - Pt Loma

David Trissel
 

Male singing atop a tree behind 726 Temple st. Heard it singing while standing on corner of Dudley and Catalina. Coordinates are:

David Trissel
San Diego, CA

Famosa Slough - Indigo Buntings, negative Cape May, June 06, 2017

Gary Nunn
 

Negative news on Cape May Warbler with no sightings reported today June 06, 2017 at the water source where photographed yesterday. Birders around until 6pm at least.

The INDIGO BUNTING sightings doubled, literally, from one bird in morning to two fine looking blue males sitting openly together in the main patch of willows. One gave some short song phrases also. These birds can remain well hidden, and silent, for quite long periods. Another bird, thought perhaps to be a female, eventually seen well and was a small warmly colored juvenile House Finch.

Gary Nunn,
Pacific Beach.

Bay-breasted Warbler

Gary Grantham
 

The male Bay-breasted Warbler was found this morning (6/6/17) at about 10:30 am by Leroy Dorman in front of 3714 Dudley St..  We watched it at very close range for about 30 seconds and then it pulled a David Copperfield and disappeared.


Gary Grantham

Scripps Ranch 

Re: Indigo Bunting - Famosa Slough

Christopher Adler
 

Here are three photos of the male Indigo Bunting found this morning
by David Trissel at Famosa Slough, followed by one of the Northern 
Parula at Point Loma Nazarene University from yesterday:


Thanks to David for finding something good!

Christopher Adler
Allied Gardens

On Tue, Jun 6, 2017 at 10:03 AM, David Trissel dtrisse1@... [SanDiegoRegionBirding] <SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply@...> wrote:
 

Male west edge of Famosa Slough at 10am June 06, 2017. Coordinates are: 32.750591,-117.229176

David Trissel
San Diego, CA




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Re: Indigo Bunting - Famosa Slough

Charles Jackson
 

At 1100 I happened by and did not see it.

Also, Cape May not seen there either.

Hopefully they will return.

Charles


On Jun 6, 2017, at 10:03, David Trissel dtrisse1@... [SanDiegoRegionBirding] <SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply@...> wrote:

 

Male west edge of Famosa Slough at 10am June 06, 2017. Coordinates are: 32.750591,-117.229176

David Trissel
San Diego, CA

Imm. Yellow-crowned Night-heron - Famosa Slough

David Trissel
 

Immature Yellow-crowned Night-heron in the same spot as the Indigo Bunting (see below), right next to shore.

David Trissel
San Diego, CA

On Jun 6, 2017, at 10:03 AM, David Trissel dtrisse1@... [SanDiegoRegionBirding] <SanDiegoRegionBirding-noreply@...> wrote:

 

Male west edge of Famosa Slough at 10am June 06, 2017. Coordinates are: 32.750591,-117.229176

David Trissel
San Diego, CA

Indigo Bunting - Famosa Slough

David Trissel
 

Male west edge of Famosa Slough at 10am June 06, 2017. Coordinates are: 32.750591,-117.229176

David Trissel
San Diego, CA

Famosa Slough - Cape May Warbler, June 5, 2017

Gary Nunn
 

I just received an email note with eBird link to photos of an adult male CAPE MAY WARBLER at Famosa Slough today June 5, 2017.

Details and photos here http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S37415113

Gary.

Bay-breasted

Charles Jackson
 

Continuing at 1430 on 05 June 2017 on Dudley St. in Point Loma, same location.

Ms. Mason was there, and together we got eyes on it. She'd seen it briefly 15 min before I arrived and after about 25 min more it came into view. Same location, between 3714 and 3658 (these homes touch each other...side by side, in spite of the range in numbers).

It was quiet, no call, unless a couple chips I heard just before was it. It was suddenly seen quite close, smaller than I expected (my field guide says "a large warbler," but did not appear so to me), and unmistakable. Colorful male.

It moved slow and rather stealthy, foraging for insects. Again, not vocalizing. (I hope I have at least a few in-focus shots.) We watched it for 10 min or more, it worked its way up higher, then flew into the side yard of 3714, on the 3658 side, deep in. We lost sight of it there.

Charles

Bay-breasted Warbler

Nancy Christensen
 

In sight at 2:10 at the previously reported location - above the ivy covered mailbox for 3714 Dudley on Pt Loma. Only sang briefly.

Nancy Christensen
Ramona


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