The Parula is still present where Terry described. In the ten minutes I’ve been watching it, it has basically gone in a circle around the “sprayground” working from tree to tree. Very active bird, mostly associating with a singular Orange-crowned Warbler. Great find, Terry!
On another note, the Gray Flycatcher was still present at Lindo Lake where previously reported. Other birds of interest there include Yellow and Black-throated Gray Warblers and an apparent Mallard x Mexican Duck hybrid.
San Diego, CA
> On Dec 2, 2019, at 12:01 PM, terry hurst via Groups.Io <thurstycat61=<yahoo.com...> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Today I found what I believe to be a Northern Parula on a sycamore tree on the southeast corner of lake 2. There are 7 picnic tables at that same corner. I was able to get several good shots of this bird to study on my phone app because this is not a Warbler I am not familiar with but after looking at my app I don’t know what else this bird could be. Photos to be posted on my eBird report later today. I wanted to get the word out in case there was any one presently at Santee Lakes who would like to see this bird.
> Terry Hurst
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