Unfortunately, telling exactly where a nest attracts way too many people, and often causes the birds to abandon the nest. Please, in the future don’t send out this kind of information to great numbers of people. Lynne Breakstone
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On Jul 19, 2020, at 11:16 AM, Victoria Morrow <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
A pied billed grebe pair has successfully hatched a clutch of at least three chicks, notable because their prior nest was blown apart by a helicopter scooping water from the creek to fight the recent Avila Fire. Obviously I am not certain this is the same pair, but this nest appeared a few days after the helicopter incident and in precisely the same location.
The nest is readily visible from the trail. It is located downstream from the weir, upstream from the memorial bench about 60 yards. It is on the far side of the creek in the reeds but totally visible.