Date: 11/14/18 4:43 pm
From: bitanangan <birdbright...>
Subject: [SFBirds] Shipyard Burrowing Owl as seen from Yosemite Slough Restoration.
Hi Birders,
      Bulldozers were bullying a Burrowing Owl on the shipyard landfill today as seen from the garden at Yosemite Slough. The owl was near the large yellow barrel-looking vent (?) and repetitively flying off a very short distance when a bulldozer came too near.  Couldn’t relocate the Palm Warbler just photographed here by Oscar Moss or the White-throated Sparrow seen by David Tomb and myself last week. One American Pipit flushed from the mudflat to dive somewhere near the garden pond. At least 70 Semi-palmated Sandpipers, 75 Meadowlarks and 150 Least Sandpipers—all ebird filter-busting tallies for the location. 6 Black Turnstones.
      Also saw a large all-white solitary pigeon fly towards La Raza Park across Caesar Chavez at 101 this morning.
Russ Bright

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