Date: 6/1/19 4:11 pm
From: <lehman.paul...> via Groups.Io <lehman.paul=<>
Subject: [SanDiegoRegionBirding] minor miscellanea
On June 1st, shorebirds at the saltworks off the end of 13th Street in
Imperial Beach included 17 Western Sandpipers (3 in full alternate), 16
Red Knots (almost all basic), and 2 Ruddy Turnstones (basic), almost all
of which will certainly end up over-summering locally. The only migrant
passerine I had in the TRV was a single Western Wood-Pewee. On 31 May, a
visit to Jacumba was disappointing for late migrants, with just a single
Western Wood-Pewee and Western Tanager, plus 4 continuing,
late-lingering Cedar Waxwings, a late/summering Green Heron, 3+
continuing White-winged Doves which will probably try nesting there, a
continuing pair of locally rare Cassin's Kingbirds, still plenty of
Lawrence's Goldfinches, and just a single remaining Tricolored Blackbird.

--Paul Lehman, San Diego

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