Date: 11/8/18 1:12 pm
From: Tom Benson <Thomasabenson...> [inlandcountybirds] <inlandcountybirds-noreply...>
Subject: Re: [inlandcountybirds] Baker warblers not seen today
I spent an hour and a half this morning (Nov 8) birding the Baker sewage ponds in moderately strong winds without finding either the Palm Warbler or Yellow-throated Warbler. Given the windy conditions and extent of not easily accessible habitat, I would hardly call my search thorough.
Tom BensonSan Bernardino, CA


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Sent: Wed, Nov 7, 2018 8:56 pm
Subject: [inlandcountybirds] Glen Helen corvids continue, and Baker warblers

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Around midday, a short visit to Glen Helen yielded three continuing Steller's Jays, and the continuing Clark's Nutcracker. The noisy jays were around the riparian area, the silent CLNU was drinking from a puddle near the northwestern corner of the park. 
I have posted photos in eBird of the Yellow-throated Warbler and Palm Warbler from the Baker sewage ponds, seen late in the afternoon. The YTWA is white-lored. Both were at the northern edge of the pond, loosely associated with yellow-rumps. No sign of the Rusty Blackbirds.  Dave Goodward


 
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