4:30. There are now two yellow orioles. They seem small but I don’t want to mislead anyone. In the grasses west and south of Homeless Garden.
> On Oct 7, 2019, at 11:04 AM, liammsf <liammsf...> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I spent close to 2 hours in and around the Homeless Garden this morning. White- and Golden-Crowned Sparrows were very prevalent; spizella sparrows were not. I thought I saw one but a really quick look that told me very little. I have some photos to review still but I'm not expecting much.
> Some other more exciting news though: Gary and Simon's ORCHARD ORIOLE continues. I found it on the east side of the fenced-in strawberry patch in the tall, dry grass/bramble/hemlock patch, next to the first lone cypress. I will submit a full eBird description and some photos later today. I also saw at least one PALM WARBLER in the area. I thought I saw one early on in the north part of the garden, but didn't get a great look. I was later able to get a much closer look and confirm the diagnostic features, also over on the east side of the strawberry patch. It flew back towards the garden, so I don't know if there are multiple individuals or if I saw the same bird twice.
> Good luck out there, and enjoy the birds!
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