Three of us saw the Mourning warbler today at the Fish Docks in Point Reyes National Seashore. Bob Battagin, a woman named Galen (last name?) and I.
The bird was searched for for a few hours in the morning, down by the fish docks area where Dea Freid described yesterday.
At around 11:00 or so, the three of us went up to the upper trail the one that starts near the restrooms and goes along the Cypress trees to Chimney.
Just where the Cypress trees begin, there are some Coyote Brush bushes that abut up against the first short Cypress tree along the path. this is where Galen spotted it as it popped up briefly out of the to of the bush. We all got a brief look and then it skulked back into the bush. It then, flew down the hill to some thickets of blackberry bush with some poison hemlock in front of it. SWe saw it in the poison hemlock a couple times and then it disappeared. I stayed until 2:00 with various observers and it wasn't seen again.
We did see the American Redstart and the Chestnut-sided warbler from that trail.