The EASTERN KINGBIRD reported initially by Brian FITCH on 9/8/17, continues this morning. It was first located today on the southeast light stand of the soccer fields at 8:00 a.m. As the fog cleared it has become active foraging along the west edge of the thickets around the maintenance yard and compost piles. Other migrants are also present here: Yellow/Townsend's/Orange-crowned Warblers, Western Tanager, House Wren.
I've been encountering typical western migrants at all locations visited in the past week. On Friday, 9/8, notable at Yosemite Slough was a Western Kingbird, one of if not the latest I've ever noted in the county in recent years. A Blue-gray Gnatcatcher and Yellow Warbler were in the fennel there as well.
Let's keep up this great Fall effort, SFBirders. Many more birds are out there to be found.