Date: 5/22/20 4:32 pm
From: William Pelletier via <wrpelletier=<>
Subject: Re: [southbaybirds] Northern Parula
There is a stream neat by, but there was no moss in the trees where they were frolicking.  Too dry I suspect. Bill P
On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 2:32 PM, Al Eisner via<eisner=<SLAC.Stanford.EDU...> wrote: This is very interesting.  Are there any medium to large trees with lots
of moss handing from the branches?  The species has nested twice along Gazos
Creek Road, San Mateo County, in such places.

Al Eisner

On Fri, 22 May 2020, Mike Rogers via wrote:

> The singing male Northern Padula is now accompanied by a female. At 1:45pm, the pair flew to the creek from the church and the singing stopped (for at least a while).
> Mike Rogers
> Sunnyvale, CA
> ________________________________
> On: 22 May 2020 13:13, "Mike Voydanoff" wrote:
> Still singing and flying between church and parking lot immediately across the road.
> On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 11:51 AM Matthew Dodder  wrote:
> Currently 11:30 at three-way intersection beside brown shingle home and Virgin Mary across from parking lot of Almaden Quicksilver. It is singing constantly and moving frequently. Mostly in three pines above statue:  37.1732505,-121.8244250
> Matthew

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