Date: 10/19/18 3:47 pm
From: maliadances via Groups.Io <maliadances=<>
Subject: [pen-bird] Palm Warbler continues Half Moon Bay Water Treatment Plant and Misc. 10-19-18
The Palm Warbler found yesterday by Chris was refound today in the fennel along Bev Cunha's Country Rd. The Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher was also still present in the riparian area. On 10/17 I found a Greater White-fronted Goose and an American Pipit  at Pilarcitos Creek. The goose was still present today. There was a big gull flock today. Of note were  (1) Ring-billed Gull, rare on coast,  and (1) Mew Gull plus a few Glaucous-winged Gulls, Herring Gulls, and some hybrid gulls. A Northern Flicker (intergrade) showing yellow underwing color in flight was at the picnic area for Sweetwood Group Camp.
Palm Warbler photos are linked here:

Malia DeFelice and Chris Hayward

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