Hi all, after work today I stopped by Hatfield, perched up in the patch of Tule's was a female/1st winter Orchard Oriole. Was also seen foraging in the weeds accompanied by Yellow-rumped Warblers far from Junipers. I lost visual while attempting to photograph at the same time a Northern Harrier and Sharp-shinned Hawk put in an appearance. Despite further searching with others, could not relocate the Bird. May be worth searching tomorrow. Small Oriole not much bigger than a Warbler, underparts all Yellow, head mantle and Tail Greenish, Two prominent White wing bars with short pointy slightly decurved bill.
Shorebirds Present and Others:
Long-billed Dowitcher 6 Greater Yellowlegs 3 Western Sandpiper 3 Least Sandpiper 9 Red-necked Phalarope 4 Greater White-fronted Goose 4 Say's Phoebe 2 Willow Flycatcher 1 Lincoln's Sparrow 1 Savannah Sparrow 60-100 American Pipit c50 Rough-winged Swallow 2 Violet Green Swallow 3 Barn Swallow c30