Denise and David Hamilton
Checked out the Davis Wetlands and Yolo Bypass (just one nice mud area on the backside of the route) today- did not see anything unusual- just a good mix of shorebirds and a lot of Wilson's Phalaropes.
On Road 105 toward the water treatment plant there continues to be ibis, hundreds of cattle egrets, long-billed curlews and a few Swainson's hawk in the fields on west side of the road.
We drove past the Dump's main gate and stopped by the little run-down white buildings along the road (there is a driveway there to pull off.) Saw 3 Burrowing Owls about 200' or less straight back. There is an obivious small hill (with gray rock?) and they were sitting on top preening.
Denise & David Hamilton