---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Paul Suchanek <suchanek_paul...> Date: Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 11:21 AM Subject: SEAZ: Jesse Owens Park in Tucson-Williamson's Sapsucker & Clay-colored Sparrow
I stopped into the park to see if any crossbills had moved in but found none. There was, however, a female WISA in the SE corner of park in pines next to the fence by the covered play shelter on the school grounds (also a RNSA here). The CCSP was on the west side of the park just inside the loop road. It was feeding near Lark Sparrows out in the open in the grass (hiding in plain sight). There also was a RB Nuthatch in the park.