The worm-eating warbler was subsequently refound by Dan Murphy and Jim Lomax near the south end of the "swamp," seen from a muddy eastern margin of the narrow extension of the lake. It worked its way north along the dense, brushy growth there, lingering mainly in areas with concentrations of dead leaves. Then, at the point just before the vegetation adjacent to the water becomes reeds, it flew back to the northwest.
The bird was known to be covering lots of ground today. That may well be typical. If that southern visit was part of a regular circuit, it would be a good place to look in the morning when the sun (if the fog ever lifts early) would be at your back.
From: <central_valley_birds...> [mailto:<central_valley_birds...>] On Behalf Of James Holmes <jfholmes...> [central_valley_birds] Sent: Friday, January 12, 2018 8:33 AM To: Central_Valley_Birds@Yahoogroups. Com Subject: [CVBirds] Worm-eating Warbler