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.

John


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
>


 
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