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Carrizo Plains and Elkhorn Road

Kevin Zimmer
 

I spent today (Thursday, 2/25) birding Carrizo Plains (mostly along Soda Lake Road) and nearby Elkhorn Road. Most noteworthy were some early migrants: 1 Cassin’s Kingbird photographed along Soda Lake Road; and 6-8 Tree Swallows and 1-2 Cliff Swallows foraging low over Elkhorn Road (just above the tops of the Ephedra and Atriplex. This struck me as early for all three species this far inland, and although I have often found the odd Cassin’s Kingbird overwintering in Shandon, I’ve not found the species in winter in Carrizo Plains proper. There were also 7 Greater Yellowlegs in the small alkaline watercourse at the first culvert on Seven Mile Road. I also photographed a Sage Thrasher along Elkhorn Road – possibly a migrant, although it could also be a wintering bird. In a further sign that spring is arriving early, I saw a male Common Side-blotched Lizard along Elkhorn Road doing his territorial push-up display, although the temperature never got above 57º F according to my car’s thermometer!

My most interesting observation of the day came when I was walking a broad wash filled with saltbush about 22-24 miles out Elkhorn Road (from its intersection with Seven Mile Road), looking unsuccessfully for Le Conte’s Thrashers (which were MIA from several places where I have located nests, territorial pairs, or family groups in past years, including as recently as May of 2020). As I was hiking the wash, I flushed a Short-eared Owl from the base of a saltbush. I’ve never seen Short-eared Owls along Elkhorn Road — only down in the Soda Lake basin. This area was on a well-drained alluvial fan, nearly devoid of any grass as ground cover. When the owl flushed, it flew low, farther up the drainage, and then dropped back into cover after perhaps 50 meters. But, almost immediately, it was spotted by a Common Raven passing overhead, and the raven went into attack mode, driving the owl back into the air. The raven chased the owl for hundreds of meters, and the owl responded by spiraling higher and higher, with the raven still in pursuit. The owl stayed above the raven, which eventually broke off the chase, only to have the owl turn the tables and strafe the raven a couple of times before sailing off out of sight.


Kevin Zimmer
Atascadero


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*** Species Summary:

- Harlequin Duck (1 report)
- Barrow's Goldeneye (1 report)
- Pacific Golden-Plover (1 report)
- Wandering Tattler (1 report)
- Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored/cismontanus) (1 report)

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Harlequin Duck (Histrionicus histrionicus) (1) CONFIRMED
- Reported Feb 24, 2021 10:37 by David Cox
- Port San Luis, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.1708616,-120.7562256&ll=35.1708616,-120.7562256
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82273341
- Media: 3 Photos
- Comments: "Sitting on a rock. in the second photo note the Wimbril and Female Surf Scoter. In the third photo a good size comparison with a surf scoter."

Barrow's Goldeneye (Bucephala islandica) (1)
- Reported Feb 24, 2021 09:08 by Nick Belardes
- Pismo Creek mouth, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.1340046,-120.6392555&ll=35.1340046,-120.6392555
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82298186
- Media: 1 Photo
- Comments: "Continuing. This is my third sighting of the bird, second since Jan. 4 (https://ebird.org/checklist/S78680940). 1st-winter pale plumage along the base of the duck’s bill has more strongly developed into a crescent. Photos."

Pacific Golden-Plover (Pluvialis fulva) (1)
- Reported Feb 22, 2021 11:27 by John Fields
- Point Sierra Nevada Beach, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.717177,-121.3134003&ll=35.717177,-121.3134003
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82299586
- Media: 5 Photos
- Comments: "Reported here recently. Flew in with another plover. They foraged together and separately for 15 or 20 minutes while we observed them. The larger one was white bellied and probably a Black-bellied Plover. And a slightly smaller one had a lot of color on its back, dark and a yellow-brown. Got good photos it appeared to be a Pacific Golden Plover . Solid gold I think &#x1f60b;."

Wandering Tattler (Tringa incana) (1) CONFIRMED
- Reported Feb 24, 2021 08:49 by Jeff Miller
- Estero Bluffs SP, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.4484114,-120.9437799&ll=35.4484114,-120.9437799
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82266055
- Media: 2 Photos
- Comments: "Photos"

Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored/cismontanus) (Junco hyemalis hyemalis/carolinensis/cismontanus) (1)
- Reported Feb 24, 2021 14:34 by Eric Wier
- Laguna Lake Park, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2656069,-120.6903817&ll=35.2656069,-120.6903817
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82292228
- Comments: "Continuing; all gray, white and black; associating with “Oregon” juncos"

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*** Species Summary:

- Harlequin Duck (2 reports)
- Long-tailed Duck (1 report)
- Ruddy Turnstone (1 report)
- Wandering Tattler (1 report)
- Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (1 report)
- Red-naped Sapsucker (1 report)

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Harlequin Duck (Histrionicus histrionicus) (1)
- Reported Feb 23, 2021 13:00 by Petra Clayton
- Port San Luis, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.1708616,-120.7562256&ll=35.1708616,-120.7562256
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82246702
- Media: 2 Photos
- Comments: "Possibly the same adult male that wintered in this area last year and possibly same bird here annually since 2011. --- First fall 2020 report on 10/23/20 (Rob Bender - using "Avila Beach Pier" eBird hotspot). ---
Today observed from "Woodyard" RV camping area."

Harlequin Duck (Histrionicus histrionicus) (1)
- Reported Feb 23, 2021 09:38 by Tom Edell
- Port San Luis, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.1708616,-120.7562256&ll=35.1708616,-120.7562256
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82244536
- Media: 1 Photo
- Comments: "continuing adult male present here for multiple winters and previously reported this winter. Today sitting on low rock straight off start of Diablo Canyon Power Plant road (photo)"

Long-tailed Duck (Clangula hyemalis) (1)
- Reported Feb 23, 2021 11:14 by Tom Edell
- Harloe Ave--west end, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.1436587,-120.6454398&ll=35.1436587,-120.6454398
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82244533
- Media: 2 Photos
- Comments: "female plumaged, likely the same bird last seen down coast from here on 21 Dec 2020. This morning it was up coast of the Pismo Beach Pier and seen from ocean end of Harloe Ave with scope. Bird appeared to have all dark bill. Photo"

Ruddy Turnstone (Arenaria interpres) (1) CONFIRMED
- Reported Feb 22, 2021 06:51 by Ann Stockert
- Estero Bluffs SP, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.4484114,-120.9437799&ll=35.4484114,-120.9437799
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82200927
- Media: 6 Photos
- Comments: "Continuing bird... Did not see the RUTU foraging with the group of BLTU’s on my first pass thru along the cliffs. Finally found at the end of my observation time around 08:20 in the northern end of the large cove before the main path from the Fig Tree before it turns north. This RUTU’s plumage seems to be changing a little more since my observation on 2/15. Darker brown/ black appearing in breast patches, and head seems a little more mottled. White throat and belly with bright orange legs. It continued to forage on its own and not move with BLTU’s as they continued to move South."

Wandering Tattler (Tringa incana) (1) CONFIRMED
- Reported Feb 23, 2021 07:50 by Mark Mushkat
- Estero Bluffs SP, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.4484114,-120.9437799&ll=35.4484114,-120.9437799
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82214214
- Media: 1 Photo
- Comments: "At (35.4527784, -120.9535037), two hours after high tide."

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (Sphyrapicus varius) (1)
- Reported Feb 23, 2021 07:25 by Eric Wier
- Cuesta Canyon Park, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.293742,-120.6439451&ll=35.293742,-120.6439451
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82211424
- Comments: "Woodpecker with red crown, white throat, black and white supercilliary and black eye stripe, narrow white flank stripes, “messy” grayish white pattern on back, pale yellow wash on white belly. Working near top of sycamore tree south of restrooms, then chased away by Acorn Woodpecker."

Red-naped Sapsucker (Sphyrapicus nuchalis) (1)
- Reported Feb 23, 2021 07:45 by Jeri Edwards
- Bob Jones Trail, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.1886907,-120.7193907&ll=35.1886907,-120.7193907
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82222036
- Comments: "Still in its favorite pepper tree near the golf course maintenance shed."

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Port San Luis, Pismo Beach, and Oceano County Park, 2/23

Tom Edell
 

The adult male Harlequin Duck continues in the Port San Luis area.  This morning it was loafing on a low rock straight out from the state for the Diablo Canyon access road. Two female type White-winged Scoters were off the west side of the Cal Poly Pier. Maybe most interesting was a flock of 11 Snow Geese and one Greater White-fronted Goose sitting on the ocean off the end of the Port San Luis Pier. I could not locate a Black Scoter.

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I next checked the ocean from up coast of the Pismo Beach Pier where a female type Long-tailed Duck was foraging in the surf. The bird was slightly up coast of the volley ball courts. This is probably the same bird last seen down coast of the pier at the Grand Ave Beach access on 21 Dec.

https://ebird.org/checklist/S82244533

 

Of mild interest at the Oceano County Park lagoon were 12 first winter Glaucous-winged Gulls working the all they could eat bread provided by a couple.

https://ebird.org/checklist/S82244528

 

Tom Edell

Cayucos, CA


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Cayucos, CA


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*** Species Summary:

- Pacific Golden-Plover (1 report)
- Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored/cismontanus) (1 report)
- Streak-backed Oriole (1 report)

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Pacific Golden-Plover (Pluvialis fulva) (1)
- Reported Feb 22, 2021 11:27 by Mark Hays
- Point Sierra Nevada Beach, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.717177,-121.3134003&ll=35.717177,-121.3134003
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82187203
- Comments: "Reported here recently. Flew in with another plover. They foraged together and separately for 15 or 20 minutes while we observed them. The larger one was white bellied and probably a Black-bellied Plover. And a slightly smaller one had a lot of color on its back, dark and a yellow-brown. Got good photos it appeared to be a Pacific Golden Plover . Solid gold I think &#x1f60b;."

Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored/cismontanus) (Junco hyemalis hyemalis/carolinensis/cismontanus) (1)
- Reported Feb 22, 2021 08:03 by Nick Belardes
- Laguna Lake Park, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2656069,-120.6903817&ll=35.2656069,-120.6903817
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82169154
- Media: 3 Photos
- Comments: "Continuing. I possibly saw this bird on Feb. 14. Last firm sighting I had was on Jan. 29 (https://ebird.org/checklist/S80075366). Spotted in gazebo/frisbee golf area foraging with other Dark-eyed Juncos. Sparrows nearby too. Pink bill, dark head, back, tail, flanks. Some brown on head and back."

Streak-backed Oriole (Icterus pustulatus) (1)
- Reported Feb 22, 2021 08:00 by Jim Royer
- Islay Creek Mouth--Montana de Oro SP, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2754126,-120.8874173&ll=35.2754126,-120.8874173
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82172756
- Comments: "Continuing male"

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Posting bird nest locations--Caution

Kees Eglowski
 

Please, please remember as we move into nesting season to exercise caution and restraint when disclosing the nesting locations of birds, particularly rare birds. Remember that it is part of the ABA Code of Ethics to avoid stressing nesting birds or putting them in danger. 

Remember that sometimes it is better not to report nesting birds, or wait to report them until after the season is over, or give inexact locations, especially if they are rare or on private property (or both). Remember that many homeowners are not going to be happy to have a dozen birders and photographers pointing cameras and binoculars at their house to try to get photos of a bird sitting on a nest. We shouldn't let our desire for a photo op trump the bird's safety and breeding behavior. 

-Kees
Atascadero


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*** Species Summary:

- Costa's Hummingbird (3 reports)
- Eastern Phoebe (4 reports)
- Streak-backed Oriole (5 reports)

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Costa's Hummingbird (Calypte costae) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 15:08 by Liz West
- 11400 Eliano St, Atascadero US-CA 35.45502, -120.62821, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.455016,-120.628206&ll=35.455016,-120.628206
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82117784
- Media: 1 Photo
- Comments: "On nest in small olive tree in front of at 11390 Eliano"

Costa's Hummingbird (Calypte costae) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 15:08 by Kurt Mize
- 11400 Eliano St, Atascadero US-CA 35.45502, -120.62821, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.455016,-120.628206&ll=35.455016,-120.628206
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82117785
- Media: 1 Photo
- Comments: "On nest in small olive tree in front of at 11390 Eliano"

Costa's Hummingbird (Calypte costae) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 15:08 by Jim Rowoth
- 11400 Eliano St, Atascadero US-CA 35.45502, -120.62821, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.455016,-120.628206&ll=35.455016,-120.628206
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82117762
- Media: 1 Photo
- Comments: "On nest in small olive tree in front of at 11390 Eliano"

Eastern Phoebe (Sayornis phoebe) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 10:40 by Liz West
- Eastern Phoebe stake out, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.6089036,-121.0775634&ll=35.6089036,-121.0775634
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82101079
- Media: 2 Photos
- Comments: "Photos, at thistle fields"

Eastern Phoebe (Sayornis phoebe) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 10:40 by Jim Rowoth
- Eastern Phoebe stake out, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.6089036,-121.0775634&ll=35.6089036,-121.0775634
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82101078
- Media: 2 Photos
- Comments: "Photos, at thistle fields"

Eastern Phoebe (Sayornis phoebe) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 10:40 by Kurt Mize
- Eastern Phoebe stake out, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.6089036,-121.0775634&ll=35.6089036,-121.0775634
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82101080
- Media: 2 Photos
- Comments: "Photos, at thistle fields"

Eastern Phoebe (Sayornis phoebe) (1) CONFIRMED
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 07:48 by Jeff Miller
- Eastern Phoebe stake out, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.6089036,-121.0775634&ll=35.6089036,-121.0775634
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82079595
- Media: 1 Photo
- Comments: "Continuing bird; photos"

Streak-backed Oriole (Icterus pustulatus) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 08:05 by Dana Bangs
- Islay Creek Campground--Montana de Oro SP, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2736118,-120.8838502&ll=35.2736118,-120.8838502
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82124500
- Comments: "Continuing bird. Reddish-orange oriole with black throat/breast, white wing bars and mantle streaking. Seen repeatedly and briefly between south side of the riparian area from the road by the maintenance buildings to the prickly pear by the bridge on the north side of the riparian area. Not in the first camp ground area where the bird was commonly seen last Fall."

Streak-backed Oriole (Icterus pustulatus) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 08:05 by Dan Kadra
- Islay Creek Campground--Montana de Oro SP, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2736118,-120.8838502&ll=35.2736118,-120.8838502
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82128146
- Comments: "Continuing bird. Reddish-orange oriole with black throat/breast, white wing bars and mantle streaking. Seen repeatedly and briefly between south side of the riparian area from the road by the maintenance buildings to the prickly pear by the bridge on the north side of the riparian area. Not in the first camp ground area where the bird was commonly seen last Fall."

Streak-backed Oriole (Icterus pustulatus) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 07:12 by Kurt Mize
- Islay Creek Campground--Montana de Oro SP, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2736118,-120.8838502&ll=35.2736118,-120.8838502
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82082355
- Comments: "Photos"

Streak-backed Oriole (Icterus pustulatus) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 07:12 by Jim Rowoth
- Islay Creek Campground--Montana de Oro SP, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2736118,-120.8838502&ll=35.2736118,-120.8838502
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82075208
- Comments: "Photos"

Streak-backed Oriole (Icterus pustulatus) (1)
- Reported Feb 21, 2021 07:12 by Liz West
- Islay Creek Campground--Montana de Oro SP, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2736118,-120.8838502&ll=35.2736118,-120.8838502
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82082354
- Comments: "Photos"

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Red-throated loon, Montaña de Oro

Rubba Johanna
 

Spent the afternoon at Montaña de Oro this sunny Sunday. Checked the cactus at the bridge--no sign of the Streak-backed Oriole. A Song Sparrow and two Wrentits were observed helping themselves to cactus fruit. A stroll around the campground yielded a Western Bluebird and the usual Towhees and Black Phoebes. Walking along the first section of the bluff trail, looking down into the cove, I saw a winter-plumage Red-throated Loon--thin bill, speckled dark back, gray cap and gray down the back of the neck and a little way onto the sides; dark eye, white face, throat, neck, and chest. Typical head-tilting posture. I watched the bird for a long while as it dove and surfaced and then dove again--I could see it swimming under the water down a foot or so.

Strangely, I saw a very similar bird, also in the cove, but it had reddish streaking on the throat. It was otherwise marked like the winter Red-throated Loon. I saw it twice between dives, but never saw it again. Only the other one, if it was other--I have no explanation of the red markings. Juveniles show those markings, but they are grayer overall at the same time. 

One Black Oystercatcher made an appearance on the rocks in the cove, and I saw only one Cormorant--Double-crested--all day.

A California Thrasher was singing his heart out from a perch along the parking area above the beach.

It was a beautiful afternoon with powerful surf.

 

Johanna Rubba
Grover Beach

 


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*** Species Summary:

- Costa's Hummingbird (1 report)
- California Condor (1 report)
- Red-naped Sapsucker (1 report)
- Black Phoebe (Northern) (1 report)

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Costa's Hummingbird (Calypte costae) (1) CONFIRMED
- Reported Feb 20, 2021 08:25 by Jeff Miller
- 11400 Eliano St, Atascadero US-CA 35.45511, -120.62823, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.455111,-120.628227&ll=35.455111,-120.628227
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82000568
- Media: 1 Photo
- Comments: "Female on a nest; tiny, slightly downcurved bill, pale gray auriculars, and white supercilium. Photos"

California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) (1)
- Reported Feb 18, 2021 09:20 by Joshua Handler
- 3139–3649 San Simeon Creek Rd, Cambria US-CA (35.6143,-121.0711), San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.614343,-121.071058&ll=35.614343,-121.071058
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82038326
- Comments: "Flew overhead and toward the coast before coming back our direction. White under leading wing edge clearly visible as well as larger size when near TVs. Condors sighted here in the days preceding."

Red-naped Sapsucker (Sphyrapicus nuchalis) (1) CONFIRMED
- Reported Feb 20, 2021 09:47 by Jamie Chavez
- Bob Jones Trail, San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.1886907,-120.7193907&ll=35.1886907,-120.7193907
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82015149
- Comments: "Continuing sapsucker found in the Peruvian Peppertree near the maintenance building along Blue Heron Dr. at 35.183936 -120.731033. Observed the bird working some recent wells near the center trunk of the tree. Noted the red crown, extensive red on nape, red throat, black and white facial pattern, and the two white vertical rows on the back."

Black Phoebe (Northern) (Sayornis nigricans [nigricans Group]) (1) CONFIRMED
- Reported Feb 20, 2021 11:37 by K Weaver
- 535 Mehlschau Rd, Nipomo US-CA (35.0618,-120.4748), San Luis Obispo, California
- Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.06184,-120.474766&ll=35.06184,-120.474766
- Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S82028184
- Comments: "One bird sitting on arbor in backyard of Dana Powers house in Nipomo. Owner stated he often sees this species “seems to live there , not just flying through “, eating insects on his back lawn . I saw one at my home several miles away yesterday , sitting on my fountain . Was in process of looking up to identify when it flew away . So did not report. black head, eyes , white chest . True to picture in bird book ."

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Hooded Mergansers - Cambria

Kaaren Perry
 

A pair of Hooded Mergansers continue to be found in the seasonal pond seen from Monte Cristo off HWY 1. Heading north this is a left turn just past Route 46 to Paso Robles   I reported this pair to ebird on 2/15.  The water level is dropping and I expect the little pair soon to be moving on. 


WeMe Central Coast Birding Site

iseekbirds@verizon.net
 

All:

The SLO Birding Moderators let me know that I could post this message.

I recently started a site called "Central Coast Birding" on MeWe.  I'm hoping this will be a nice site for informal discussions, sharing photos, sharing experiences and questions about birds on the Central Coast (Santa Barbara to Morro Bay).  It's meant to be fun, helpful and informative.  If you are interested, here is the link:


Please note that if you have any questions or comments, please contact me, not the SLO Birding Moderators.  Thanks.


John Deacon
iseekbirds@...


<<ADMIN>> Oso Flaco Lake--Thread Closed>>

mike stiles
 

While no one dislikes the idea of off road vehicles AGAIN gaining access to Oso Flaco Lake more than I do, and I appreciate Jeff Miller for bringing this to our attention, but I must remind everyone this is not the forum to discuss the issue. 

There is a group to discuss this at 
  • ProtectOsoFlacoLake@groups.io
  •  

    Thank you
    Mike Stiles
    Owner-Moderator SLOCObirding



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    - Costa's Hummingbird (2 reports)
    - California Condor (1 report)
    - Eastern Phoebe (1 report)
    - Chipping Sparrow (1 report)
    - Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored/cismontanus) (1 report)
    - Summer Tanager (1 report)

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    Costa's Hummingbird (Calypte costae) (1) CONFIRMED
    - Reported Feb 18, 2021 07:24 by Ann Stockert
    - 11390 Eliano St, Atascadero US-CA (35.4547,-120.6284), San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.454682,-120.628362&ll=35.454682,-120.628362
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81923821
    - Media: 8 Photos
    - Comments: "Continuing female COHU.....Slight decurved bill, pale supercilium and pale gray auricular. sitting on nest. Photos"

    Costa's Hummingbird (Calypte costae) (1) CONFIRMED
    - Reported Feb 16, 2021 15:30 by Becky Turley
    - Hill Park, San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.4551346,-120.6283285&ll=35.4551346,-120.6283285
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81974624
    - Comments: "Continuing bird. On nest in neighborhood near park. Small hummingbird, green upperparts, whitish underparts, Small patch of purple feathers on throat. vocalized."

    California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) (1) CONFIRMED
    - Reported Feb 16, 2021 10:15 by Becky Turley
    - Eastern Phoebe stake out, San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.6089036,-121.0775634&ll=35.6089036,-121.0775634
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81973863
    - Media: 1 Photo
    - Comments: "Continuing. Appeared fairly low at first, flew down canyon. Spotted again, soon after, circling and soaring higher with Golden Eagle. Very large, flat wings, "fingers" at wing tips. White triangular shaped wing linings."

    Eastern Phoebe (Sayornis phoebe) (1) CONFIRMED
    - Reported Feb 19, 2021 14:20 by Mark Mushkat
    - Eastern Phoebe stake out, San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.6089036,-121.0775634&ll=35.6089036,-121.0775634
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81964671
    - Media: 1 Photo
    - Comments: "About 200n west of new concrete bridge, at turnoff for pipeline maintenance on n side of road. Continuing, m. ob. Photos"

    Chipping Sparrow (Spizella passerina) (1)
    - Reported Feb 16, 2021 10:15 by Becky Turley
    - Eastern Phoebe stake out, San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.6089036,-121.0775634&ll=35.6089036,-121.0775634
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81973863
    - Comments: "With flock of White-crowned and Golden-crowned Sparrows. Smaller, unstreaked underparts, rufous crown, black eyeline."

    Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored/cismontanus) (Junco hyemalis hyemalis/carolinensis/cismontanus) (1) CONFIRMED
    - Reported Feb 19, 2021 08:15 by Jay Carroll
    - Meadow Park, San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2675798,-120.6606531&ll=35.2675798,-120.6606531
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81950880
    - Media: 2 Photos
    - Comments: "Slate-gray hood contrasting with white underparts, gray sides, pinkish bill; there was some gray-brown color in the back and wings, but this may be consistent with a range of variation in this characteristic found within the “Slate-colored/cismontanus” group; another possibility is some degree of intergrade with a subspecies more closely aligned with the "Oregon" group."

    Summer Tanager (Piranga rubra) (1) CONFIRMED
    - Reported Feb 16, 2021 08:45 by Becky Turley
    - Laurel Ave. & Koa Ave., San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.3923493,-120.8526987&ll=35.3923493,-120.8526987
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81973244
    - Media: 1 Photo
    - Comments: "Continuing in neighborhood around the end of Laurel and Koa Aves.. Heard first, then found in avocado tree. Seen again in a nearby bush. Red overall, large bill."

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    Re: Oso Flaco

    sheryltahoe
     

    Thank you Tom and Jeff for the reminders.  I’ve attended the Morro Bay Bird fest which is how I found this wonderful group.  I enjoy reading your posts when I’m snowed in.

    I remember reading about this plan last year and thinking it would not get much steam.  I was wrong!  It looks like it is gaining support.  We need to stand on the roof tops and speak up.  We need your help!  Pause - imagine two dozen ohvs zooming around the agricultural fields next to the Oso Flaco parking lot.  Imagine standing on the wonderful board walk and hearing the constant yammering of sand buggies driving by.  Who knows - in 10 years they may open the maintenance road that runs past the boardwalk! They say no...but once they get a foot hold...

    I grew up in Santa Maria in the 60s and 70s and (dispersed) camped at Oso Flaco (pre-boardwalk) and entered the dunes in my friend’s buggy via the maintenance road.  No doubt it was a fun time but the land needs us more now than to have uninhibited access in the dunes. I moved to Lake Tahoe in 1980 and continue to visit family in the area.  I’ve since gone on to become a wildlife biologist and enjoy exploring the Sierra.  While it was fun enjoying OHV activities as a kid, I am in awe of how Mother Nature has recovered...to see the vegetation that has grown in among the sand dunes...to see Osprey, Sora, raccoons and hear the call of the Virginia Rail from the boardwalk fills my heart with delight.  I routinely see Snowy Plover scurrying around on my trips to Main Street beach - I never saw them when I was growing up. 
    Another concern is how recreation enthusiasts will access this area.  Oso Flaco road is shared with the general public and agricultural workers - now add another use on top of this existing road or will they create a four lane highway?  Which also has an active railroad line running through it.  There is no direct way to get to Oso Flaco.  With this new plan being moved south, some vehicles will access through Santa Maria and Guadalupe. Santa Maria already receives its share of big rig truck traffic as they drive to the farms and packaging sheds.  Now let’s add impatient toy haulers and valley people driving across town and on the already deadly highway 166/Main Street road.
    Please, please I urge you to comment on this plan before MARCH 2.

    Respectfully,
    Sheryl Ferguson
    Lake Tahoe/Santa Maria


    On Feb 4, 2021, at 9:43 AM, Thomas Slater via groups.io <tomslaterphotography@...> wrote:

     I’m bumping Jeff Miller’s message up... 

    Sometimes as birders we get so focused on the birds that we forget to take time to stick up for the habitats that they require. Please re-read below and respond and comment before we lose Oso for good. Don’t just assume that because it’s a crazy plan that it won’t get completed. It’s looking like it will.


    If you’ve ever enjoyed birding at Oso Flaco Lake you should be very upset and angry about State Park’s plan to destroy Oso Flaco as a birding destination. State Parks just released their final Public Works Plan, and it would be a disaster for Oso Flaco, birds and birders. You can read the plan here: https://www.oceanodunespwp.com/en/documents/draft-eir


    Bird on... for now




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    Tom Slater
    Nipomo


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    - Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored/cismontanus) (1 report)
    - Streak-backed Oriole (1 report)

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    Chipping Sparrow (Spizella passerina) (4)
    - Reported Feb 18, 2021 09:45 by Kathleen Kent
    - Heritage Ranch Trails: TW, ROR, San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.7328295,-120.8838163&ll=35.7328295,-120.8838163
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81887701
    - Comments: "Photos will be posted. I could see the dark lores and rufous crown on several of the birds."

    Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored/cismontanus) (Junco hyemalis hyemalis/carolinensis/cismontanus) (1)
    - Reported Feb 18, 2021 15:47 by Eric Wier
    - Laguna Lake Park, San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2656069,-120.6903817&ll=35.2656069,-120.6903817
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81910093
    - Comments: "Continuing"

    Streak-backed Oriole (Icterus pustulatus) (1) CONFIRMED
    - Reported Feb 16, 2021 08:02 by John Fields
    - Islay Creek Campground--Montana de Oro SP, San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2736118,-120.8838502&ll=35.2736118,-120.8838502
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81857038
    - Comments: "Scene again where it was seen before in the bushes across from the garage sheds right at the entrance to the park. Good visual and we were able to photograph as well."

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    Re: Where are the hummers?

    Judy Neuhauser
     

    As beekeepers, we notice that the Blue Gum Eucalyptus has started to bloom in profusion - much better than the last 3-4 years. When there is adequate bloom, the trees will pump out nectar by the gallon every day. There is so much nectar in a single blossom, that you can tip a flower and have a measurable amount of nectar flow into your mouth! Is it possible that the Hummers are using a tree-based source of nectar when it is available?

    For the last few years, even when the rains have been adequate, the Blue Gum Eucalyptus appear to have had such a severe infestation of Eucalyptus Beetle that the flower bud set was minimal. Hence few flowers. For some reason, this year has been different and those trees that are flowering are booming.

    The native pollinator of Blue Gum Eucalyptus in Australia is a native parrot, not an insect. You might try looking at flowering Blue Gum Eucalyptus in your area and see if the hummers have moved "up” in the world, so to speak.


    Judy Neuhauser
    Los Osos, CA


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    - Red-naped Sapsucker (1 report)
    - Streak-backed Oriole (1 report)

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    Red-naped Sapsucker (Sphyrapicus nuchalis) (1)
    - Reported Feb 17, 2021 09:45 by Jeri Edwards
    - Bob Jones Trail, San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.1886907,-120.7193907&ll=35.1886907,-120.7193907
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81830555
    - Comments: "Continuing. Still hanging out in its favorite pepper tree near the golf course maintenance shed."

    Streak-backed Oriole (Icterus pustulatus) (1)
    - Reported Feb 17, 2021 13:00 by Calvin Walters
    - Islay Creek Mouth--Montana de Oro SP, San Luis Obispo, California
    - Map: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=p&z=13&q=35.2754126,-120.8874173&ll=35.2754126,-120.8874173
    - Checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S81854815
    - Media: 2 Photos
    - Comments: "Following reports of known bird. Came to cactus patch near bridge at 2:32 and again at 2:56"

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    Re: Where are the hummers?

    Claudia Freitas
     

    We still have many up here on the hill.  Have to refill my four feeders every third day or so 
    All Anna’s so far 
    Claudia in west Atascadero at 1700’

    On Wed, Feb 17, 2021 at 5:21 PM Kaaren Perry <surfbird1@...> wrote:
    We are experiencing the same thing here at our home in Morro Bay.  A few weeks back they were buzzing all around, 5-6 at a time, emptying our feeders in a short order etc.  My thoughts are that our recent rain and wind storms may have either moved them on or they may have met with a fatal injury. Such strong winds and rains are pretty rough on such little birds.  I do believe that we will have hummers again before too long visiting our feeders. Anna's should soon be tending nests in our neighborhoods.

    Nothing scientific, just my thoughts!

    Kaaren






    On Feb 17, 2021, at 12:04 PM, Susan Crawford <dreamzville@...> wrote:

    I am in SLO on Orcutt Rd. near Laurel. I have fresh nectar out but no hummers for at least a week? Any ideas?

     Susan C.
    San Luis Obispo

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    Dreamzville.com (Home of Dreamzville Radio), San Luis Obispo.

    --
    Claudia Freitas


    Re: Where are the hummers?

    Kaaren Perry
     

    We are experiencing the same thing here at our home in Morro Bay.  A few weeks back they were buzzing all around, 5-6 at a time, emptying our feeders in a short order etc.  My thoughts are that our recent rain and wind storms may have either moved them on or they may have met with a fatal injury. Such strong winds and rains are pretty rough on such little birds.  I do believe that we will have hummers again before too long visiting our feeders. Anna's should soon be tending nests in our neighborhoods.

    Nothing scientific, just my thoughts!

    Kaaren






    On Feb 17, 2021, at 12:04 PM, Susan Crawford <dreamzville@...> wrote:

    I am in SLO on Orcutt Rd. near Laurel. I have fresh nectar out but no hummers for at least a week? Any ideas?

     Susan C.
    San Luis Obispo

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    MCAS is recruiting a WEBMASTER for the MCAS website

    Morrocoast Audubon
     

    [Posted with permission from Mike Stiles.]

    Morro Coast Audubon Society (MCAS) is looking for a tech-savvy person to be their Webmaster, using Google Blogger to maintain the MCAS website (https://www.morrocoastaudubon.org/), and to be the manager of other related Google Apps and non-Google Apps. This position will be under the supervision and direction of the MCAS Communications Chair. 

     

    This is an hourly paid position, with a competitive hourly rate, that is expected to average 6-10 hours/week.


    Webmaster duties would include: posting information about events, announcements, and special programs; updating the theme/header/footer/sidebar; and updating an array of web pages, such as MCAS Bird Finding Guides and MCAS Annual Christmas Bird Counts, with input from various MCAS board members.


    Google Apps that this person would fully or partially manage are: Blogger, Drive, Docs, Calendar, Groups, Photos, Account, and My Business.


    Non-Google Apps that this person would fully or partially manage are: PayPal (buttons) and GoDaddy (forwarding addresses).


    This person would, as needed, attend the monthly MCAS board meetings.


    We are hoping that this individual connects to and has an appreciation of the MCAS Mission:

    To promote the appreciation, conservation, and restoration of ecosystems, 
    focusing on the biological diversity of birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, 
    particularly in San Luis Obispo County, California.


    Applicants will need to complete an application and email it, along with a resume, to mcas@....

     

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