Hello all, having read The Skimmer last night, I decided to track down a few birds reported on the San Diego CBC.
The Gray Flycatcher continued at Montclair Park (reported by Ryan Andrews). It was hawking insects from a tree at the end of the lawn closest to the highway.
The Clay-colored Sparrow at Hollywood Park (also found by Ryan Andrews) was found foraging with a small flock of Chipping Sparrows right at the entrance to the park. That entrance is at the end of Juniper Street. The neighborhood being a bit sketchy, as were a couple of guys hanging out, I did not explore the entire park. Luckily, the sparrows could be seen and photographed from the car!
I also visited the 28th Street Park (part of Balboa Park) where I saw both the Palm Warbler and the Black and White Warbler reported there. Both were just north of the bathroom, which provided welcome shelter during morning showers.