Date: 5/19/17 8:42 am From: john maurer <steeldrv...> [EBB_Sightings] <EBB_Sightings-noreply...> Subject: Re: [EBB_Sightings] Hooded Oriole pair in Richmond Annex
Not there, but pretty close. For years we had Hooded Orioles nesting in a palm tree in front of our house in Berkeley, near Santa Fe and Camilla. Then when we sold the house in 1997 the purchasers cut the palm tree down.
On 5/19/17 6:58 AM, 'Matt R.' <msricketts...> [EBB_Sightings] wrote: > Yesterday around 8:00 AM I saw a pair of HOODED ORIOLES in my back > yard in the Richmond Annex (near Colusa Avenue and San Luis Street, > just east of the I-80 off ramp to Bayview). A quick scan of my block > revealed no palm trees. Although we just moved to the Annex in > January, I've been living in El Cerrito since 2003 and this is only > the second time I've seen this species in this part of Contra Costa > County. Does anyone know of any local breeding by this species in > Richmond/El Cerrito/Albany? > > Matt Ricketts > Richmond >