Bob Jones birds
5/16 & 17 walk along the Bob Jones Trail as far as the golf course. Very birdy, especially many songs, calls, notes.
Junco, CA Towhee, Spotted Towhee, Chickadee, Green Heron, CA Goose, possible Cackling Goose, CA Goslings, Snowy Egret, Bushtits, Hermit Thrush, Swallows (Northern Rough-winged?), possible Swift, Wilson's Warbler
Nutall's Woodpecker, Red-shouldered hawk, Kingfisher, Purple Finch, Song Sparrow, Pied-Billed Grebe, Black-headed Grosbeak, Cliff Swallow, Swainson's Thrush, Pacific Coast Flycatcher, Lesser Goldfinch, Anna's Hummingbird, American Robin.
I heard numerous songs I could not identify. One sounded warbler-like and was the longest song I've ever heard. Is there a bird known for that? I recorded several songs. I need to get my inventory of songs up on xenocanto. I have quite a few.
I was hunting wildflowers as well; an all-around nature extravaganza. Being surrounded by bird sound was delightful.