Date: 11/20/18 2:17 pm From: Bob Reiling <rreiling2...> Subject: [southbaybirds] Some Alviso birds
This morning (11/20) in Alviso there were at least 8 SNOWY PLOVERS on the mud flats in New Chicago Marsh between Spreckles Ave and the railroad tracks. The female RUFF was working the eastern edge of the marsh, East of the RR tracks, on the Southern side of the Environmental Education Center entrance road and a Pacific PEREGRINE FALCON was well seen carrying to a tower, in the same general area, and eating a Dowitcher. Salt Pond A16 had a pair (M & F) REDHEAD, a couple adult GLAUCOUS-WINGED GULLS were on the second island from the Southeast corner of the pond, three to four MEW GULLS were on the island nearest the Southeast corner of the pond (island numbers not visible) and four BLUE-WINGED TEAL (3 males and a female) were a bit further out into the pond near a wooden perch. At least two male BLUE-WINGED TEAL were in the channel East of the EEC facility.
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