Date: 11/21/20 1:48 pm
From: John Deacon via <iseekbirds...>
Subject: [sbcobirding] North County Birding
I birded 5 locations in the north county this morning-  
1.  Brown Road Riparian-30 species.  All expected for this area.2.  Guadalupe Fire Station Riparian Area-Expected species.3.  Guadalupe Corral, TRBL Area-No Trikes, but I estimated about 200 Horned Larks in the corral area.  I couldn't pull anything unusual out of the HOLAs but lighting was not good.4.  A Street Ponds-My intention was to simply do a drive by but I saw 3 Kingbirds in the storage area next to the house across the street from the southern most pond.  One was a Tropical and the other 2 were Cassin's.
5.  I drove through Waller Park to see if there were any unusual ducks.  There are 2 Cackling Geese in the pond closest to Orcutt Road.  Nothing else but Mallards, Domestic Geese and a single Ruddy Duck.
Checklists below:
eBird Checklist - 21 Nov 2020 - Brown Rd Riparian - 30 species

eBird Checklist - 21 Nov 2020 - 918 Obispo St, Guadalupe US-CA 34.96910, -120.56973 - 10 species

eBird Checklist - 21 Nov 2020 - Cabrillo Hwy, Santa Maria US-CA 34.97533, -120.57044 - 5 species

eBird Checklist - 21 Nov 2020 - A St. ponds - 18 species

eBird Checklist - 21 Nov 2020 - Waller Park - 4 species (+2 other taxa)

John Deacon

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