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Neotropic is back

lehman.paul@verizon.net
 

At 10:30 a.m. the Neotropic Cormorant along with part of the flock of double-cresteds totaling maybe a dozen or 15 birds is back on the San Diego River just slightly farther east than before in the section between Mission Center Road and Camino del Este. Best to look for the birds by simply walking on the paved walkway that runs on both sides of the river between these two crossings, and which also continues farther east to the Texas avenue crossing.

Paul Lehman, San Diego

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Geoffrey L. Rogers
 

Thanks for the directions Paul but a slight adjustment is needed. Texas Avenue (Street) is Qualcomm Way.

 

 

Geoffrey Rogers

San Diego, CA

 

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At 10:30 a.m. the Neotropic Cormorant along with part of the flock of double-cresteds totaling maybe a dozen or 15 birds is back on the San Diego River just slightly farther east than before in the section between Mission Center Road and Camino del Este. Best to look for the birds by simply walking on the paved walkway that runs on both sides of the river between these two crossings, and which also continues farther east to the Texas avenue crossing.

Paul Lehman, San Diego

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