Date: 6/6/18 6:39 pm
From: Ronald- Thorn via Groups.Io <Tronthorn=<aol.com...>
Subject: [pen-bird] American Redstart along Gazos Creek Road.


Started out the morning seawatching at Pigeon Point. It was a short seawatch, as activity over the ocean was very
slow. A late Long-billed Curlew was a nonbreeder flying north. The first I have noted at Pigeon Point were three
Wild Turkeys. No, they were not flybys over the ocean, but were in the field at the south end of the Pigeon Point
Road at Highway 1.

I spent the rest of the morning checking riparian corridors along the coast. The highlight was along Gazos Creek
Road at the big pullout between Highway 1 and the junction with Cloverdale Road. This is where there is a sign
"sharp bend" and a Redwood Tree is very close to the road. There was a female AMERICAN REDSTART
moving among the Red Alders along the creek.

Ron Thorn

 
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