Common Ringed Plover


Bradley Hacker
 

Have not seen this AM between post 3 and end of spit. 2 Semi-P.  Waiting for high tide. 
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Good birding,

Bradley Hacker
Goleta CA
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Tom Edell
 

At 10 AM the Common Ringed Plover was at the same location it was present at the past two days. It appears that the tide needs to be high enough to flush birds from Morro Bay. It was not seen during yesterday lower afternoon tide.

 

Tom Edell

Cayucos, CA

 

From: slocobirding@groups.io <slocobirding@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bradley Hacker
Sent: Saturday, October 3, 2020 8:00 AM
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Subject: [slocobirding] Common Ringed Plover

 

Have not seen this AM between post 3 and end of spit. 2 Semi-P.  Waiting for high tide. 
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Good birding,

Bradley Hacker
Goleta CA
https://www.flickr.com/photos/bradley_hacker/albums


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Tom Edell
Cayucos, CA


Tom Edell
 

The bird continued today (Oct 4) in the usual location near post #6 on the Morro Bay Sandspit.

 

Common Ringed Plover is on the California Bird Records Committee review list. The committee appreciates all information provided on the species is reviews and could not perform its volunteer function without the help of birders like you. See https://www.californiabirds.org/guidelines_resources.html for information on how to submit your notes and/or photos to the committee.

 

Thanks to everyone that takes the time to document this exceptional record.

 

Tom Edell

Cayucos, CA


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Tom Edell
Cayucos, CA


William Bouton
 

I observed the Common Ringed Plover today, Monday October 5, 12:00-13:00, 50-100 yards north of rescue marker 6. In heavy fog!


Bill Bouton
San Luis Obispo