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Date: 7/25/17 4:26 pm
From: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Corcoran Lagoon Common Tern
Hello Birders,

I arrived at Corcoran Lagoon at 1:45 and watched scads of Elegant Terns.
Also out there were a single American Avocet, a couple of Coots, one
Willet, one Spotted Sandpiper (closer in), and a bothersome Am Crow. I was
about to leave at 2:25 when I saw the Common Tern. How could I have missed
it among around 200 Elegants?

Here's the key - look on the outskirts for the COTE. You know - quite small
in comparison to the ELTE, and black bill on this first year bird. The COTE
doesn't like to be in with the fray of others. Look at the end of the LONG
log. Ther is oly one really long log with terns perched singly in that real
estate. COTE may be right there beyond the log to the west, not on the log.

If this is old news, I apologize. I have never gotten good looks at at
COTE, myself, and certainly no definitive photos. Until today.

Yeah, birding!!!

-Lisa



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Date: 7/25/17 11:43 am
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] looking for data on birds in Monterey Pine forests
Ryan -- The Monterey Peninsula has Monterey Pine forests, some them
reasonably old growth native pines, and some Hot Spots that include fine
examples are

Jacks Peak County Park
http://ebird.org/ebird/hotspot/L281430

Del Monte forest--east (upper) end
http://ebird.org/ebird/hotspot/L684136

Pacific Grove--Rip Van Winkle Park
http://ebird.org/ebird/hotspot/L293885

I am not sure what is meant to be compared in the project you mention.
Many native birds have evolved in Monterey Pine forests and are adapted
to the niches present therein. These are habitats with a rich
avifauna. Further, virtually all Monterey Pine forest habitat has
interdigited patches of native chaparral in the open sunny spots -- such
as on Jacks Peak -- so that a native Monterey Pine forest is not a
monoculture set of single-species trees, as are the plantings I've seen
in Peru and Venezuela which are essentially devoid of birdlife.

Non-native plantings of Monterey Pines in the Neotropics recalls the
planting of non-native blue gum eucalyptus here in California which, in
general, are devoid of avian diversity. Yet, in Australia, eucalypt
forest have a very rich avifauna.

Thanks, Don

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Date: 7/25/17 11:06 am
From: monocerata <monocerata...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] looking for data on birds in Monterey Pine forests
Hi,
A Chilean ornithologist colleague of mine is working on a study of bird use
of Monterey Pine around the world and is looking for data on bird density,
or barring that, any data on bird use in native CA Monterey Pine forests.
The context is that in Chile huge swaths of native forest have been
replaced with Monterey Pine plantations, which has been very detrimental to
native bird diversity.

So far I haven't found any studies specifically on birds in Monterey Pine.
I think ebird data on areas with relatively pure monterey pine forest might
be the best available thing. I am wondering if anyone knows of some popular
ebird hotspots that could be accurately described as monterey pine forest?
Pt. Lobos only? Any ideas would be helpful.

Thanks,
Ryan Carle
Ecologist, Oikonos Ecosystem Knowledge
www.oikonos.org

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Date: 7/25/17 10:16 am
From: MichaelBolte <bolte...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Zmudowski State Beach, Birds and a Bit of a Warning
Bummer James - sorry this happened to you. Zmudowski had quite a bad reputation some years ago for just this sort of thing.

Mike

> On Jul 25, 2017, at 9:55 AM, James Maughn <jamaughn...> wrote:
>
>
> Hi All,
>
> Zmudowski SB yesterday had BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT-HERONS,
> GREEN HERONS, GREAT BLUE HERONS, a GADWALL with chicks,
> WESTERN SANDPIPERS, SNOWY and SEMIPALMATED PLOVERS,
> KILLDEER, CASPIAN TERNS, and a couple of PEOPLE WHO SMASH
> CAR WINDOWS AND STEAL WHATEVER'S LEFT IN THE CAR. In my
> case, that was a bag containing an old flipphone and four
> books of poetry that I'd hidden under a shirt in the back
> seat. I hope they enjoy the poetry. Obviously, exercise
> caution if you're in the area.
>
> Jim
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Date: 7/25/17 9:55 am
From: James Maughn <jamaughn...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Zmudowski State Beach, Birds and a Bit of a Warning

Hi All,

Zmudowski SB yesterday had BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT-HERONS,
GREEN HERONS, GREAT BLUE HERONS, a GADWALL with chicks,
WESTERN SANDPIPERS, SNOWY and SEMIPALMATED PLOVERS,
KILLDEER, CASPIAN TERNS, and a couple of PEOPLE WHO SMASH
CAR WINDOWS AND STEAL WHATEVER'S LEFT IN THE CAR. In my
case, that was a bag containing an old flipphone and four
books of poetry that I'd hidden under a shirt in the back
seat. I hope they enjoy the poetry. Obviously, exercise
caution if you're in the area.

Jim

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Date: 7/23/17 9:59 pm
From: Pete Sole <pete...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Vaux Swift Study Images
Hi birders,

Up near the end of the Empire Grade this morning, I photographed a VAUX
SWIFT in flight. These are at best, distant, "documentary" quality
images. However, they were helpful to study the field marks, and
convince myself of the id. Links:

http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/documentary/swift_vaux_170723a.jpg
http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/documentary/swift_vaux_170723b.jpg
http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/documentary/swift_vaux_170723c.jpg
http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/documentary/swift_vaux_170723d.jpg

Other highlights included 3 WILD TURKEYS.

Full ebird list of what I saw:
http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S38282541

Good birding,

Pete Sole'
Soquel, CA

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Date: 7/23/17 2:11 pm
From: Michael Bolte <bolte...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] corcoran lagoon terns
Frances and I spent a little while looking at terns this morning. There were perhaps 50 Elegant Terns flying in and out and five or six Caspians. The dark-billed tern that Randy and Norm and others have reported was not obvious, but we did see one tern that stood out. We are pretty sure it is one phase of the elegants, but it had dark legs, was overall lighter in color, had a seemingly shorter bill, and was clearly smaller than the adult Elegants. I put a few images of it here:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/ <https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/>

it is the middle tern in the second photo and flying in the third.

Mike

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Date: 7/22/17 9:14 pm
From: Pete Sole <pete...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] No Booby at Point Pinos 7/22/2017 ?
Hi Birders,

On Saturday Jul. 22, 2017, a few of us checked for the Nazca/Masked
Booby in the morning and early afternoon. We never saw the bird at the
previously reported spot in Point Piños. We checked several other
locations in the vicinity but dipped. After speaking to various folks,
our understanding is that it was last seen Friday morning 7/21/2017.

If anyone has seen the Booby on Saturday 7/22 or later, please respond.
For some of us it would be a lifer.

For reference, here is my ebird checklist from about 11:30am to about
2:10pm today, Saturday 7/22:
http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S38268588

Thanks in advance for any information,

Pete Sole'
Soquel, CA

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Date: 7/22/17 6:21 pm
From: <cdlou37...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon July 22
July 22,

The COMMON TERN was seen on the log within the Elegant Tern flock at 1220pm.
A minute later, the terns took to the air and headed towards the beach. Some terns
stayed but most on the small island left.


Calvin Lou
SF



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From: "Randy Wardle" <wrwardle...>
To: "Alvaro Jaramillo" <chucao...>, "Monterey Bay Birdlist" <mbbirds...>
Sent: Saturday, July 22, 2017 11:02:57 AM
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Re: Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon

Thanks Alvaro. Clay Kempf also confirmed the tern was a first summer (one year old) bird. I finally found a photo in my old Stokes Bird book that showed a first summer Common Tern and it looked just like the one at Corcoran. I appreciate your detailed response. I still have much yet to learn about sub-adult gulls and terns! Thanks again.


Randy Wardle
Aptos


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From: Alvaro Jaramillo <chucao...>
Sent: Saturday, July 22, 2017 4:36 PM
To: 'Randy Wardle'; 'Monterey Bay Birdlist'
Subject: RE: [MBBIRDS] Re: Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon


Randy,

Terns are like gulls, it takes them several years to reach adult plumage and breeding age. However, unlike gulls the young birds usually stay closer to the wintering grounds during the summer so you don’t tend to see many of them up at this latitude. That Common Tern is a one year old (first cycle, first summer). It is too early yet for migrant juveniles to reach us, and those are crisper looking with fresh primaries, and slightly different patterns above. On your bird you can see old and worn primaries, with newer gray ones at the base, this is typical of one year olds in the first summer.

Pretty neat bird.

Alvaro



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From: <mbbirds...> [mailto:<mbbirds...>] On Behalf Of Randy Wardle
Sent: Friday, July 21, 2017 5:55 PM
To: Monterey Bay Birdlist <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon



Looking at other images online, I think the Common Tern at Corcoran may be a non-breeding adult rather than a juvenile.



Randy Wardle <wrwardle...><mailto:<wrwardle...>



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From: <mbbirds...><mailto:<mbbirds...> <mbbirds...><mailto:<mbbirds...>> on behalf of Randy Wardle <wrwardle...><mailto:<wrwardle...>>
Sent: Saturday, July 22, 2017 12:45 AM
To: Monterey Bay Birdlist
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon



Yesterday and today there has been a juvenile COMMON TERN in among the 300 plus Elegant Terns at the Corcoran Lagoon, first found on Thursday by Norman Uyeda, of course. It was there on Friday around 12:30pm when I went to search for it. Around 1:10pm the flock spooked and I could not refind it when they landed again. Here are a couple of photos of the bird.



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Date: 7/22/17 11:03 am
From: Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Re: Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon
Thanks Alvaro. Clay Kempf also confirmed the tern was a first summer (one year old) bird. I finally found a photo in my old Stokes Bird book that showed a first summer Common Tern and it looked just like the one at Corcoran. I appreciate your detailed response. I still have much yet to learn about sub-adult gulls and terns! Thanks again.


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Sent: Saturday, July 22, 2017 4:36 PM
To: 'Randy Wardle'; 'Monterey Bay Birdlist'
Subject: RE: [MBBIRDS] Re: Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon


Randy,

Terns are like gulls, it takes them several years to reach adult plumage and breeding age. However, unlike gulls the young birds usually stay closer to the wintering grounds during the summer so you don’t tend to see many of them up at this latitude. That Common Tern is a one year old (first cycle, first summer). It is too early yet for migrant juveniles to reach us, and those are crisper looking with fresh primaries, and slightly different patterns above. On your bird you can see old and worn primaries, with newer gray ones at the base, this is typical of one year olds in the first summer.

Pretty neat bird.

Alvaro



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Sent: Friday, July 21, 2017 5:55 PM
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon



Looking at other images online, I think the Common Tern at Corcoran may be a non-breeding adult rather than a juvenile.



Randy Wardle <wrwardle...><mailto:<wrwardle...>



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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon



Yesterday and today there has been a juvenile COMMON TERN in among the 300 plus Elegant Terns at the Corcoran Lagoon, first found on Thursday by Norman Uyeda, of course. It was there on Friday around 12:30pm when I went to search for it. Around 1:10pm the flock spooked and I could not refind it when they landed again. Here are a couple of photos of the bird.



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Date: 7/22/17 9:36 am
From: Alvaro Jaramillo <chucao...>
Subject: RE: [MBBIRDS] Re: Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon
Randy,

Terns are like gulls, it takes them several years to reach adult plumage and breeding age. However, unlike gulls the young birds usually stay closer to the wintering grounds during the summer so you don’t tend to see many of them up at this latitude. That Common Tern is a one year old (first cycle, first summer). It is too early yet for migrant juveniles to reach us, and those are crisper looking with fresh primaries, and slightly different patterns above. On your bird you can see old and worn primaries, with newer gray ones at the base, this is typical of one year olds in the first summer.

Pretty neat bird.

Alvaro



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From: <mbbirds...> [mailto:<mbbirds...>] On Behalf Of Randy Wardle
Sent: Friday, July 21, 2017 5:55 PM
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon



Looking at other images online, I think the Common Tern at Corcoran may be a non-breeding adult rather than a juvenile.



Randy Wardle <mailto:<wrwardle...> <wrwardle...>



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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon



Yesterday and today there has been a juvenile COMMON TERN in among the 300 plus Elegant Terns at the Corcoran Lagoon, first found on Thursday by Norman Uyeda, of course. It was there on Friday around 12:30pm when I went to search for it. Around 1:10pm the flock spooked and I could not refind it when they landed again. Here are a couple of photos of the bird.



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Date: 7/21/17 5:54 pm
From: Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon
Looking at other images online, I think the Common Tern at Corcoran may be a non-breeding adult rather than a juvenile.


Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>


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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon


Yesterday and today there has been a juvenile COMMON TERN in among the 300 plus Elegant Terns at the Corcoran Lagoon, first found on Thursday by Norman Uyeda, of course. It was there on Friday around 12:30pm when I went to search for it. Around 1:10pm the flock spooked and I could not refind it when they landed again. Here are a couple of photos of the bird.


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Date: 7/21/17 5:45 pm
From: Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Common Tern at Corcoran Lagoon
Yesterday and today there has been a juvenile COMMON TERN in among the 300 plus Elegant Terns at the Corcoran Lagoon, first found on Thursday by Norman Uyeda, of course. It was there on Friday around 12:30pm when I went to search for it. Around 1:10pm the flock spooked and I could not refind it when they landed again. Here are a couple of photos of the bird.


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Date: 7/21/17 3:55 pm
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] More on the Pt. Pinos booby
Thanks to the generosity of Bill Hill, Beth Hamel, Cooper Scollan, Fred Hochstaedter, and Blake Matheson , I've been able to put together of page of revealing photos of Slash -- our subadult Masked/Nazca Booby at Pt. Pinos currently -- amidst a discussion of potential identification points. The bird was still present this morning and will hopefully hang around a while.

The page is at
http://creagrus.home.montereybay.com/MTYbirdsBOOB.html

Thanks,
Don Roberson
Pacific Grove CA
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Date: 7/21/17 8:03 am
From: Kent <kentjohnson...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] More Booby Photos
Present 8:00 am.
Kent Johnson
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For what it's worth, and I don't think they'll be worth
very much, here's a link to all the photos I managed to get
of Slash the BOOBY yesterday. I watched the bird fly around
a bit between 3:30pm and 4pm yesterday, so some of the
photos show that.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/jmaughn/sets/72157683889875883


Jim

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Date: 7/21/17 7:48 am
From: Pete Sole <pete...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Odd Sparrow
Hi birders.

It's a Song Sparrow. Most likely a juvinile that has not grown into an
adult plumage.

Big thanks to Randy, Alvaro, Matthew, and David who unanimously
confirmed the ID.

...but, it has grey on the neck, and it's grey on the primaries, not
brownish or rusty, does not look right, blah, blah, blah...

As David wrote so succinctly: "It's a Song Sparrow."

Again, many thanks for the responses. :)

Pete


On 7/20/17 10:41 PM, Pete Sole wrote:
> Hi birders,
>
> I was trying out a new memory card on my camera near sundown today,
> Thurs. 7/20/17, when I noticed an odd sparrow in the garden.
>
> I managed 3 atrocious photos here:
>
> http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/odd/sparrow_170720a.jpg
> http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/odd/sparrow_170720b.jpg
> http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/odd/sparrow_170720c.jpg
>
> I'm guessing it's an immature, but I'm waffling between sparrow
> species. Possibilities include imm. Song, imm Lincoln's, imm.
> Savannah, or something else. I've ruled out an imm. Dark-eyed Junco.
> An imm. Song Sparrow would be most likely. Song Sparrows breed less
> than 150 yards from our home, but I'm not convinced.
>
> Thoughtful guesses, opinions, all welcome.
>
> Your thoughts?
>
> Pete Sole
> puzzling about sparrows in Soquel, CA
>

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Date: 7/21/17 7:38 am
From: James Maughn <jamaughn...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] More Booby Photos

For what it's worth, and I don't think they'll be worth
very much, here's a link to all the photos I managed to get
of Slash the BOOBY yesterday. I watched the bird fly around
a bit between 3:30pm and 4pm yesterday, so some of the
photos show that.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/jmaughn/sets/72157683889875883


Jim

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Date: 7/20/17 10:41 pm
From: Pete Sole <pete...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Odd Sparrow
Hi birders,

I was trying out a new memory card on my camera near sundown today,
Thurs. 7/20/17, when I noticed an odd sparrow in the garden.

I managed 3 atrocious photos here:

http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/odd/sparrow_170720a.jpg
http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/odd/sparrow_170720b.jpg
http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/odd/sparrow_170720c.jpg

I'm guessing it's an immature, but I'm waffling between sparrow species.
Possibilities include imm. Song, imm Lincoln's, imm. Savannah, or
something else. I've ruled out an imm. Dark-eyed Junco. An imm. Song
Sparrow would be most likely. Song Sparrows breed less than 150 yards
from our home, but I'm not convinced.

Thoughtful guesses, opinions, all welcome.

Your thoughts?

Pete Sole
puzzling about sparrows in Soquel, CA

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Date: 7/20/17 8:06 pm
From: DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Will Cook's Petrels make it to Monterey this fall season?
Howdy, Seabirders,

Dave Pereksta’s awesome pelagic trip report from Ventura, July 16th, has many of us scratching our head’s and asking: Could this year be another COOK’S PETREL year similar to 2009?

In 2009, unprecedented numbers of COOK’S PETRELS were seen close to shore. It began in SoCal, but on Shearwater Journeys’ July 31, 2009 Monterey Bay pelagic trip, we also recorded a record 138 Cook’s petrels. The first sightings were only 13.3 miles offshore, Monterey. We haven’t see Cook’s Petrels like we did in 2009 since — think about that!

I fully intend to put in a good search for Cook’s Petrels, and Hawaiian Petrels, too, on our upcoming trips. During this time period in 2009, a Stejneger’s Petrel and Short-tailed Albatross were also seen. We found a SHORT-TAILED ALBATROSS on our September 16, 2009 trip, as well.

Here’s our program of trips: Spaces are available on all trips, except as noted below.

MONTEREY: August 4* & 25*; September 1*, 7, 8, 10, 22, 23, 24, 30; October 8.
Monterey trips run from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. *Trips may be extended an hour or so to search for petrels.

ALBACORE GROUNDS: OFFSHORE MONTEREY: September 9: 5:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Limited spaces available)

FARALLON ISLANDS: August 6 & 13 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

HALF MOON BAY: August 12 (one space available); September 2, 3, 15, 16; October 7.

Please see our web site for more information:
http://www.shearwaterjourneys.com/schedule.html

To read more about the Cook’s Petrel Invasion of 2009, please see these reports:
http://shearwaterjourneys.blogspot.com/2009/08/monterey-bay-cooks-july-31-2009-story.html
http://shearwaterjourneys.blogspot.com/2009/08/short-tailed-albatross-july-30-2009.html
http://shearwaterjourneys.blogspot.com/2009/08/captain-cooks-petrels-rage-on.html
http://shearwaterjourneys.blogspot.com/2009/08/august-6-2009-cooks-petrel-chase-trip.html
Cook’s Petrels off Point Pinos:
http://shearwaterjourneys.blogspot.com/2009/08/monterey-bay-nearshore-cooks-petrels.html

Short-tailed Albatross seen on Shearwater Journeys’ September 16, 2009 trip:
http://shearwaterjourneys.blogspot.com/2009/09/sep-16-2009-trip-report-steller-day.html

Farallon Islands reports:
http://shearwaterjourneys.blogspot.com/2009/08/farallon-islands-aug-2-2009-awesome-day.html
http://shearwaterjourneys.blogspot.com/2014/07/tufted-puffins-golden-gate-bridge.html

About the Albacore Trip:
http://shearwaterjourneys.blogspot.com/2015/07/about-albacore-offshore-monterey-trip.html

We shall be covering many Monterey, Santa Cruz, San Mateo, and San Francisco Counties offshore.

One thing is for certain— there is an awful lot of food out there, even nearshore. Spotters on the Farallon Islands, counted over 250 whales in one day. There’s krill and schooling fish, everywhere, it seems. It couldn’t be better! Many folks hesitated to jump on board for the Cook’s Petrels trips in ’09 and regretted that later. August seems to be the best month, although early September could be good, too. Escape the heat and enjoy a cooling, salty breeze!

As many have heard me say, “It’s all about food.”
Living the Salt Life on this side of the Pacific now,
Debi
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Shearwater Journeys, Inc.
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Hollister, CA 95024
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Date: 7/20/17 4:56 pm
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: MBBIRDS] Booby still present at Pt Pinos at 9:10 am
Our booby at Pt. Pinos, whom Rita has named Slash, is still present at 4:45 p.m. It thus was present most of the day today, although Slash was seen to fly off for short periods and was seen to 'bathe' in the sea nearby.

Don Roberson
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Date: 7/20/17 10:21 am
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: Fwd: [MBBIRDS] Booby still present at Pt Pinos at 9:10 am
For what it is worth, there is a subadult Masked/Nazca Booby sitting on
the outermost rocks at Pt. Pinos for its 3d day. Found initially at
mid-day on Tues by Mark Kudrav during a seawatch, he saw it come and and
land with cormorants. That day it stayed until at least 5:30 p.m.
Yesterday it was seen to fly in off the sea at about 9:30 a.m., and
remained until 3 p.m., when it was watched flying off to sea, presumably
to forage. Yesterday it had not returned by 4:30 p.m. but was seen to
fly past the Point on a foraging route at about 4 p.m. And today, as
posted below, it is present again.

It is generally believed that subadult Masked/Nazca Boobies cannot be
identified. Locally we've been working to get together a series of
photos sitting and in flight to compare with at-sea photos from the
ranges of the two species. Identification is discussed in Howell et
al.'s book "Rare Birds of North America" and in my 1998 paper in Field
Notes, available on line at
https://sora.unm.edu/sites/default/files/journals/nab/v052n03/front.pdf
[the original paper had color photos on every page; alas, in the
one-line version, color shows only on every-other page; also the label
of adults sitting together was switched left as right when the photo was
mistakenly published backward].

Based on seeing the bird in life and on photos reviewed so far, I think
the booby is in early 2d cycle (using the Howell system), having just
completed the first "wave" in the accelerated stepwise molt. Again, more
photos would help on this point. If so, the booby would be perhaps 14-18
months old, or about 1.5 years old. So far we believe the distal
two-thirds of the bill is yellow but the basal third is ivory / bone /
dull-chalk [description of color from 3 different observers]. Some have
felt a pinkish cast might be present at the base of the bill in some
lights; others do not see that. It seems reasonably clear, however, that
the color of the base of the bill is not greenish-yellow or bluish.
Again, more photos could help. The bird is perched on inaccessible rocks
and so all views and photos are from a distance. A scope is required.

Based on details in my paper vis-a-vis bill color at this age, and
suggestions that bill shape might be useful, some are leaning towards
Nazca. More work needed. In any event, even Masked/Nazca is a rare
occurrence is California and this might be an opportunity to study one.

Although the booby, when present, can usually be seen from the long
parking lot at the tip of Pt. Pinos, it is often best viewed from the
smaller parking lot just south of the Point, which locals call "the
Raven lot." From that spot it is usually on the left-hand-most
(westernmost) rock with cormorants (and can sometimes be obscured by
them). It has not yet been seen on the taller guano-covered rocks that
have held Nazca, Brown, Red-footed, and Blue-footed Booby in the past.

Good luck and hopefully more photos will help us understand this
interesting topic better. Please continue to report occurrence or
non-occurrence. Don Roberson

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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Booby still present at Pt Pinos at 9:10 am
Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2017 09:11:55 -0700
From: Beth Hamel <beth.hamel...>
To: <mbbirds...>



Roosted with cormorants on furthest out rock. Has flown around once since we arrived at 8 am.

Best Birding!

Beth and Tom Hamel
Morgan Hill

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Date: 7/20/17 9:12 am
From: Beth Hamel <beth.hamel...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Booby still present at Pt Pinos at 9:10 am
Roosted with cormorants on furthest out rock. Has flown around once since we arrived at 8 am.

Best Birding!

Beth and Tom Hamel
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Date: 7/19/17 6:57 pm
From: Shantanu Phukan <phukan...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Parasitic Jaeger

At Corcoran Lagoon this afternoon there were 300 Elegant Terns roosting on the sandbar and about 50 or so more feeding on the ocean. A PARASITIC JAEGER flew in to harrass the terns and in doing so it came in very close to the beach giving me great looks at its elongated central tail feathers and mottled neck.

Shantanu Phukan
Santa Cruz/San Jose

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Date: 7/19/17 1:09 pm
From: Blake Matheson <gypaetusbarbatus1...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Fall Field Trips
Monterey Audubon's schedule of fall field trips can now be seen on our
website here:
http://www.montereyaudubon.org/field-trips.html

We hope to see you out there, at one of them!

Don't forget to "Like" and follow Monterey Audubon on facebook at
facebook.com/monterey.audubon , where we post updates about our monthly
meetings, issues and, thanks, to Paul Fenwick, light factual commentaries
on local bird species.

Good birding and best wishes,

*Blake T. Matheson*
Monterey Peninsula
http://www.flickr.com/photos/34328261@N02/
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* "If you save the living environment, the biodiversity that we have left,
you will also automatically save the physical environment, too... If you
only save the physical environment, you will ultimately lose both." E.O.
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Date: 7/19/17 12:58 pm
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Date: 7/18/17 9:04 pm
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] BOTH FREE OWL BOXES have been claimed.


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Date: 7/18/17 6:11 pm
From: Ketury Stein <ketury...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Free Owl Boxes
A friend has two owl boxes to give away. (See details and photo below.) If
you know anyone who might be interested, please let me know.
Thanks, Kitty








*I came across two owl boxes and wondered if anyone could use them. They
are well constructed and have never been used. They do have a coat of paint
on the outside. I got them from a 'free' table at school. If you know
someone who could use them I would be glad to find them a good home. Here
are photos of the boxes. The back is 22". The box is 16"x 13" x 9". The
hole is 3" diameter.​​*

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Date: 7/18/17 2:45 pm
From: Mark Kudrav <mkudrav...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] subadult Masked/Nazca booby
All,
Today at about noon, a subadult MASKED/NAZCA BOOBY flew out of the bay
and onto Point Pinos in Pacific Grove. The bird was still sitting on the
very end of the point when I left at 2:20. I will upload photos when I
have more time, but wanted to get the word out.


Best,
Mark Kudrav

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Date: 7/18/17 12:36 pm
From: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Arboretum leucistic hummers not seen this morning
Hi Birders,

I was at the UCSC Arboretum from 8-10:45 this morning and did not see
either of the leucistic hummingbirds. All of the Allen's I saw were female
or young male. Neither Anna's nor Allen's were emitting sounds at the
bottom of their dives. First year birds need to practice to get it right.

Do keep your eyes open for Bewick's young near the now "famous" low
grevillea. There's also a pair of Wrentits and CA Thrashers in that area.
One of the juvenile Cooper's Hawks was seen carrying away a rodent in its
talons. I saw a young Cooper's Hawk about a 40 minutes later carrying a
rodent above Kalkar Quarry Pond. I wonder if it was another individual...

-Lisa

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Date: 7/18/17 11:34 am
From: David Suddjian <dsuddjian...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] warbler
Black-throated Gray Warblers that nest in Santa Cruz County become hard to
find after late June or early July, following the fledging period. I don't
know where they go, but they go. Then by mid-August Black-throated Gray
appears as a migrant and numbers peak in September and October. They are
not numerous fall migrants in SCZ, though. A now dated (2000) but still
useful thumbnail of Black-throated Gray fall migration in SCZ is here on
the Bird Club page:
http://scbirdingguide.org/rarewarb.html

David Suddjian
Littleton CO
(nod to Capitola)

On Tue, Jul 18, 2017 at 12:52 AM, Carol Pecot <carol.pecot...> wrote:

> Does anyone know when they start migrating back? They were nesting
> somewhere in our yard, and we have had adults and juveniles at our water
> dishes for quite some time, but not for the last week.
>
> Carol
> Above Soquel, Below Summit
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> On Monday, July 17, 2017, Heidi Sandkuhle <mrskuhle...> wrote:
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>> Just had a Black-Throated Gray Warbler at our water feature this evening.
>> Heidi Sandkuhle
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Date: 7/17/17 11:52 pm
From: Carol Pecot <carol.pecot...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] warbler
Does anyone know when they start migrating back? They were nesting
somewhere in our yard, and we have had adults and juveniles at our water
dishes for quite some time, but not for the last week.

Carol
Above Soquel, Below Summit

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Date: 7/17/17 8:15 pm
From: Heidi Sandkuhle <mrskuhle...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] warbler
Just had a Black-Throated Gray Warbler at our water feature this evening.
Heidi Sandkuhle
Corralitos

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Date: 7/17/17 5:50 pm
From: Todd Newberry <taxa...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] UCSC hummingbirds
Please do report to MBBIRDS re encounters with either of the leucistic
hummers up there. My sense after a lot of waiting and watching Sun/Mon
is that the Allen's has moved on and that other hummers have returned(?)
to its complicated bush/tree -- at least it is not in its usual haunts
there. News lately of the Anna's lately has been skimpy.

thanks to all --

Todd Newberry

Santa Cruz

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Date: 7/17/17 4:24 am
From: waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Keep an eye out for Wood Stork...
It would seem that they are on the move this year. Here's a recent sighting
from Humboldt Co.!

http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S38172421

Luck,
C

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Date: 7/15/17 9:54 pm
From: jane mio <jmio...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: In Remembrance of Wally Goldfrank
So sad to loose an other gentle soul & my heart goes out to Lois with
soothing greetings, jane

On Saturday, July 15, 2017 at 3:22:41 PM UTC-7, rjramer wrote:
>
> It is with great sadness that we have to report that Wally Goldfrank lost
> his battle with myelofibrosis and leukemia, passing quietly in his sleep on
> Tuesday, July 11th. This is another big loss within the Santa Cruz birding
> community and beyond, as Wally's work in academia and social issues has
> greatly impacted the lives of many people.
>
> First for work and then for fun, Wally and his wife Lois were lucky enough
> to travel the world and achieve their goal of observing at least one member
> of every bird family. During their travels, they saw about 7,300 of the
> nearly 10,000 species of birds that exist today and in so doing met some
> wonderful people, both locals and fellow travelers from many countries.
>
> Wally and Lois were also avid birders in Santa Cruz County, and they were
> some of the original members of the SCBC's "300 Club" (a club for people
> who have seen at least 300 bird species in Santa Cruz County). A born
> teacher, Wally loved introducing others to birding, and for many years they
> led beginners’ trips at the Monterey Bay Birding Festival.
>
> Given Wally's passion for social issues and his concern for the
> preservation of the natural world, people can make a donation in Wally's
> name if they wish to the American Civil Liberties Union (www.aclu.org) or
> to the Land Trust of Santa Cruz County (www.landtrustsantacruz.org).
>
> Wally, you will be greatly missed!
>
>
>
> Bob and Bernadette Ramer
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Date: 7/15/17 4:17 pm
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] In Remembrance of Wally Goldfrank
Wally and Lois were two of the most wonderful people we've ever meant in the birding world, and it is very sad that Wally is now gone. He battled his illness with fervor and dignity to the end. We always looked forward to each time they went on world birding trip because they would have funny and frightening stories to tell, and always with a unique appreciation for the environment and the global birding world. We wish Lois all the best that comes hereafter.

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Date: 7/15/17 3:43 pm
From: Kellie D. Morgantini <chalonelaw...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] In Remembrance of Wally Goldfrank
So sorry to hear. His name was a standard in this MBB and the birding
community as a whole. Best wishes to his family and friends.

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From: Elizabeth Van Dyke <drvandyke9...> <drvandyke9...>
Date: July 15, 2017 at 15:35:38
To: Bob Ramer <rjramer...> <rjramer...>
CC: <mbbirds...> <mbbirds...>
<mbbirds...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] In Remembrance of Wally Goldfrank

I am so sorry to hear of another great loss in the Santa Cruz birding
> community. My deepest sympathy goes to Wally's family and friends.
> Sincerely,
> Elizabeth Van Dyke
> Santa Cruz
>
>
> On Jul 15, 2017, at 3:22 PM, Bob Ramer <rjramer...> wrote:
>
> It is with great sadness that we have to report that Wally Goldfrank lost
> his battle with myelofibrosis and leukemia, passing quietly in his sleep on
> Tuesday, July 11th. This is another big loss within the Santa Cruz birding
> community and beyond, as Wally's work in academia and social issues has
> greatly impacted the lives of many people.
> First for work and then for fun, Wally and his wife Lois were lucky enough
> to travel the world and achieve their goal of observing at least one member
> of every bird family. During their travels, they saw about 7,300 of the
> nearly 10,000 species of birds that exist today and in so doing met some
> wonderful people, both locals and fellow travelers from many countries.
> Wally and Lois were also avid birders in Santa Cruz County, and they were
> some of the original members of the SCBC's "300 Club" (a club for people
> who have seen at least 300 bird species in Santa Cruz County). A born
> teacher, Wally loved introducing others to birding, and for many years they
> led beginners’ trips at the Monterey Bay Birding Festival.
> Given Wally's passion for social issues and his concern for the
> preservation of the natural world, people can make a donation in Wally's
> name if they wish to the American Civil Liberties Union (www.aclu.org) or
> to the Land Trust of Santa Cruz County (www.landtrustsantacruz.org).
> Wally, you will be greatly missed!
>
> Bob and Bernadette Ramer
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Date: 7/15/17 3:35 pm
From: Elizabeth Van Dyke <drvandyke9...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] In Remembrance of Wally Goldfrank
I am so sorry to hear of another great loss in the Santa Cruz birding community. My deepest sympathy goes to Wally's family and friends.
Sincerely,
Elizabeth Van Dyke
Santa Cruz


> On Jul 15, 2017, at 3:22 PM, Bob Ramer <rjramer...> wrote:
>
> It is with great sadness that we have to report that Wally Goldfrank lost his battle with myelofibrosis and leukemia, passing quietly in his sleep on Tuesday, July 11th. This is another big loss within the Santa Cruz birding community and beyond, as Wally's work in academia and social issues has greatly impacted the lives of many people.
> First for work and then for fun, Wally and his wife Lois were lucky enough to travel the world and achieve their goal of observing at least one member of every bird family. During their travels, they saw about 7,300 of the nearly 10,000 species of birds that exist today and in so doing met some wonderful people, both locals and fellow travelers from many countries.
> Wally and Lois were also avid birders in Santa Cruz County, and they were some of the original members of the SCBC's "300 Club" (a club for people who have seen at least 300 bird species in Santa Cruz County). A born teacher, Wally loved introducing others to birding, and for many years they led beginners’ trips at the Monterey Bay Birding Festival.
> Given Wally's passion for social issues and his concern for the preservation of the natural world, people can make a donation in Wally's name if they wish to the American Civil Liberties Union (www.aclu.org <http://www.aclu.org/>) or to the Land Trust of Santa Cruz County (www.landtrustsantacruz.org <http://www.landtrustsantacruz.org/>).
> Wally, you will be greatly missed!
>
> Bob and Bernadette Ramer
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Date: 7/15/17 3:22 pm
From: Bob Ramer <rjramer...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] In Remembrance of Wally Goldfrank
It is with great sadness that we have to report that Wally Goldfrank lost
his battle with myelofibrosis and leukemia, passing quietly in his sleep on
Tuesday, July 11th. This is another big loss within the Santa Cruz birding
community and beyond, as Wally's work in academia and social issues has
greatly impacted the lives of many people.

First for work and then for fun, Wally and his wife Lois were lucky enough
to travel the world and achieve their goal of observing at least one member
of every bird family. During their travels, they saw about 7,300 of the
nearly 10,000 species of birds that exist today and in so doing met some
wonderful people, both locals and fellow travelers from many countries.

Wally and Lois were also avid birders in Santa Cruz County, and they were
some of the original members of the SCBC's "300 Club" (a club for people who
have seen at least 300 bird species in Santa Cruz County). A born teacher,
Wally loved introducing others to birding, and for many years they led
beginners' trips at the Monterey Bay Birding Festival.

Given Wally's passion for social issues and his concern for the preservation
of the natural world, people can make a donation in Wally's name if they
wish to the American Civil Liberties Union (www.aclu.org) or to the Land
Trust of Santa Cruz County (www.landtrustsantacruz.org).

Wally, you will be greatly missed!



Bob and Bernadette Ramer

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Date: 7/14/17 8:26 pm
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Subject: RE: [MBBIRDS] Monterey and around
Kent Johnson wrote: Does anyone, by the way, know when, if ever, Kirby Park will reopen? The gate has been locked the last four times I have been there.



Kirby Rd is closed due to storm damage. Go to www.elkhornslough.org <http://www.elkhornslough.org>

for a picture of the broken culvert (and the section of Elkhorn road that was closed for a few months)



There is a link to Monterey County Roads that says Kirby Rd is closed from “1-12-17 to indefinite” - they don’t know when it will be repaired. The list of closed roads has gotten much shorter, however, so there is hope.



Cheers,



Tricia Wilson

Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve

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From: <mbbirds...> [mailto:<mbbirds...>] On Behalf Of Kent
Sent: Friday, July 14, 2017 8:03 PM
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Monterey and around



Two or three ANCIENT MURRELETS were off Pt. Pinos this morning. I an not sure what the situation with Heermann's Gulls breeding success is this year, but there were three juveniles in the flock off Ocean View at Coral in Pacific Grove.

The SANDHILL CRANE was a Moro Cojo Slough early this afternoon.

In the vicinity of Kirby Park on Elkhorn Slough there were a couple of LESSER YELLOWLEGS along with a few GREATERS. Dozens of RED-NECKED PHALAROPES were in the same area; I thought perhaps some Wilson's Phalaropes too, but could not get a good enough view to be sure. Does anyone, by the way, know when, if ever, Kirby Park will reopen? The gate has been locked the last four times I have been there.



Kent Johnson

Boulder Creek

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Date: 7/14/17 8:02 pm
From: Kent <kentjohnson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Monterey and around
Two or three ANCIENT MURRELETS were off Pt. Pinos this morning. I an not sure what the situation with Heermann's Gulls breeding success is this year, but there were three juveniles in the flock off Ocean View at Coral in Pacific Grove.

The SANDHILL CRANE was a Moro Cojo Slough early this afternoon.

In the vicinity of Kirby Park on Elkhorn Slough there were a couple of LESSER YELLOWLEGS along with a few GREATERS. Dozens of RED-NECKED PHALAROPES were in the same area; I thought perhaps some Wilson's Phalaropes too, but could not get a good enough view to be sure. Does anyone, by the way, know when, if ever, Kirby Park will reopen? The gate has been locked the last four times I have been there.


Kent Johnson

Boulder Creek

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Date: 7/14/17 7:35 pm
From: Alex Rinkert <arinkert12...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] last atlasser training tomorrow
It is not too late to participate in the Santa Cruz County Breeding Bird
Atlas II! The last atlasser training offered this year will be tomorrow,
July 15. We will meet at the California Street entrance to Neary Lagoon at
7:30 AM. Come learn why we are doing a breeding bird atlas and how you can
contribute to this growing project.



Alex Rinkert

Project Coordinator

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Date: 7/14/17 3:40 pm
From: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Allen's or Rufous leucistic Hummingbird - consensus
Hi Everyone,

Initially I was sure the flight pattern was very indicative of a young male
Allen's. Then it was suggested to me (by a non-birder) that he may be a
rufous. I scrutinized the tail feathers in shots I took and also in shots
others sent me. Then I wasn't so sure anymore...

The general consensus is that he is indeed an Allen's Hummer.

*I thank you all for your input* and I have learned to "listen to your
guts" on bird ID - especially if you are familiar with the species
characteristics. I consider myself a junior varsity birder at best. But
some days I feel like I know precious little!!! Birds teach me lessons
every single day!

Happy (humble) Birding!
-Lisa

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Date: 7/14/17 2:38 pm
From: 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Gull babies cuteness and Gullemots at the wharf

Last night we enjoyed dinner on the Santa Cruz Wharf and enjoyed seeing a few baby Western Gulls close up. The attention these babies were getting from the public was particularly interesting since so many people claim to not like gulls.

Many Pigeon Guillemots swimming around possible juveniles. Several were flying under the wharf and I suspect there are still some nests under there as one was flying with food.

I posted few pictures on ebird list for fun including a " just jumpin for fun" series as one baby discovered itself.

http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S38133041



Lisa Sheridan

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Date: 7/13/17 4:41 pm
From: James Maughn <jamaughn...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Red-necked Phalaropes at New Brighton SB

Hi All,

There was a pair of RED-NECKED PHALAROPES on New Brighton
State Beach this afternoon, about a hundred yards up the
beach from the restrooms, if one were walking towards
Seacliff SB. They were sometimes sitting on the water a
dozen feet from shore, and sometimes coming onto the beach
to pick at inverts around the piles of kelp.

There were also good numbers of both ELEGANT and CASPIAN
TERNS, and other expected birds.

Jim

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Date: 7/13/17 1:02 pm
From: Donald Glasco <don.glasco...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Leucistic Hummer I found yesterday
The ‘new’ leucistic hummingbird (Rufous based on Lisa’s photos) was present this morning near the Collibah tree with the signage. I saw another white hummer - presumably the Anna’s - fly toward the rock garden area but never got binos on it.

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> On Jul 13, 2017, at 10:48 AM, Gillian Greensite <gumtree...> wrote:
>
> I may be wrong but I thought the location of the Coopers Hawks nest was not to be widely shared. Not all birders are respectful of boundaries. Many have trampled over the plants and ignored the signs to get a closer look at the leucistic hummingbird.
>
> Gillian
> Santa Cruz
>
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> On Jul 13, 2017, at 10:00 AM, Glenn White <glennwhite...> <mailto:<glennwhite...>> wrote:
>
>>
>> Hi Lisa:
>>
>> There were three Cooper's Hawks born this spring and as of two weeks ago I saw all three juveniles flying around. Last week I only observed two of the juveniles at the Arboretum. Here's a shot from early June with all 3 chicks in the nest. There's more photos of them on my Flickr and Instagram pages.
>>
>> Glenn
>> <https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-f_gjvZty1XI/WWemki6OVxI/AAAAAAAAACg/v0Dklgfc_uApCqt-T_rQhCAwgnPivXEgACLcBGAs/s1600/Coopers%2BHawk%2BChicks%2BUCSC%2BArboretum%2B%2B%2B04Jun17.jpg>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 4:41:12 PM UTC-7, lisafaylarson wrote:
>> Hi Birders,
>>
>> I got MUCH better shots today, and I believe he's a Rufous Hummingbird. The R2 feather has a "notch". Do you concur?
>>
>> Sorry about the crummy diagnostic shots - I will post much, much better ones later:
>> https://www.flickr.com/photos/lisafay/ <https://www.flickr.com/photos/lisafay/>
>>
>> I got infinitely better shots today. I got there when the marine layer was still in, which helped a lot. I would say early morning in those conditions or last possible light in the day would be best. They lock the gates at 5.
>>
>> No, I didn't find the leucistic Anna's Hummer. I did look for him again. The shots I saw from last week were painful to look at, frankly.
>>
>> I did see 2 juvie Cooper's Hawks, which please me because I olny saw one fledgling on June 14th. I also only saw one parent (who gave me a warning), so I thought perhaps the other parent was with the other baby. I really did think I saw 2 in the nest. Confirmation?
>>
>> Oh, and here's the location! Head east from the offices and turn right on the wide path that spans the arboretum. After the picnic bench keep going until you reach the next left you can take and head east. Look for the collibah tree with the plaque. I left a white chair across from the low grevillea. He loves to sit in the coolibah "Waltzing Mathilda" tree. Someone PLEASE help me get that song out of my head! A woman read the plaque under the tree yesterday and began singing it. Help! He can keep an eye on his domain from there. The collibah is a type of eucalyptus. He will dive from there if a hummer approaches "HIS" low-growing grevillea, which is on the next path to the east. He also will perch in the growth behind the grevillea in the shadows and attack if an intruder tries to sip from HIS nectar. He sure acts like a Rufous. Oops - is that species profiling?
>>
>> Happy Birding,
>> -Lisa
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Date: 7/13/17 10:48 am
From: Gillian Greensite <gumtree...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Re: Leucistic Hummer I found yesterday
I may be wrong but I thought the location of the Coopers Hawks nest was not to be widely shared. Not all birders are respectful of boundaries. Many have trampled over the plants and ignored the signs to get a closer look at the leucistic hummingbird.

Gillian
Santa Cruz

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> On Jul 13, 2017, at 10:00 AM, Glenn White <glennwhite...> wrote:
>
> Hi Lisa:
>
> There were three Cooper's Hawks born this spring and as of two weeks ago I saw all three juveniles flying around. Last week I only observed two of the juveniles at the Arboretum. Here's a shot from early June with all 3 chicks in the nest. There's more photos of them on my Flickr and Instagram pages.
>
> Glenn
>
>
>
>
>
>
>> On Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 4:41:12 PM UTC-7, lisafaylarson wrote:
>> Hi Birders,
>>
>> I got MUCH better shots today, and I believe he's a Rufous Hummingbird. The R2 feather has a "notch". Do you concur?
>>
>> Sorry about the crummy diagnostic shots - I will post much, much better ones later:
>> https://www.flickr.com/photos/lisafay/
>>
>> I got infinitely better shots today. I got there when the marine layer was still in, which helped a lot. I would say early morning in those conditions or last possible light in the day would be best. They lock the gates at 5.
>>
>> No, I didn't find the leucistic Anna's Hummer. I did look for him again. The shots I saw from last week were painful to look at, frankly.
>>
>> I did see 2 juvie Cooper's Hawks, which please me because I olny saw one fledgling on June 14th. I also only saw one parent (who gave me a warning), so I thought perhaps the other parent was with the other baby. I really did think I saw 2 in the nest. Confirmation?
>>
>> Oh, and here's the location! Head east from the offices and turn right on the wide path that spans the arboretum. After the picnic bench keep going until you reach the next left you can take and head east. Look for the collibah tree with the plaque. I left a white chair across from the low grevillea. He loves to sit in the coolibah "Waltzing Mathilda" tree. Someone PLEASE help me get that song out of my head! A woman read the plaque under the tree yesterday and began singing it. Help! He can keep an eye on his domain from there. The collibah is a type of eucalyptus. He will dive from there if a hummer approaches "HIS" low-growing grevillea, which is on the next path to the east. He also will perch in the growth behind the grevillea in the shadows and attack if an intruder tries to sip from HIS nectar. He sure acts like a Rufous. Oops - is that species profiling?
>>
>> Happy Birding,
>> -Lisa
>>
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Date: 7/13/17 10:00 am
From: Glenn White <glennwhite...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: Leucistic Hummer I found yesterday


Hi Lisa:

There were three Cooper's Hawks born this spring and as of two weeks ago I
saw all three juveniles flying around. Last week I only observed two of
the juveniles at the Arboretum. Here's a shot from early June with all 3
chicks in the nest. There's more photos of them on my Flickr and Instagram
pages.

Glenn

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On Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 4:41:12 PM UTC-7, lisafaylarson wrote:
>
> Hi Birders,
>
> I got MUCH better shots today, and I believe he's a Rufous Hummingbird.
> The R2 feather has a "notch". Do you concur?
>
> Sorry about the crummy diagnostic shots - I will post much, much better
> ones later:
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/lisafay/
>
> I got infinitely better shots today. I got there when the marine layer was
> still in, which helped a lot. I would say early morning in those conditions
> or last possible light in the day would be best. They lock the gates at 5.
>
> No, I didn't find the leucistic Anna's Hummer. I did look for him again.
> The shots I saw from last week were painful to look at, frankly.
>
> I did see 2 juvie Cooper's Hawks, which please me because I olny saw one
> fledgling on June 14th. I also only saw one parent (who gave me a warning),
> so I thought perhaps the other parent was with the other baby. I really did
> think I saw 2 in the nest. Confirmation?
>
> Oh, and here's the location! Head east from the offices and turn right on
> the wide path that spans the arboretum. After the picnic bench keep going
> until you reach the next left you can take and head east. Look for the
> collibah tree with the plaque. I left a white chair across from the low
> grevillea. He loves to sit in the coolibah "Waltzing Mathilda" tree.
> Someone PLEASE help me get that song out of my head! A woman read the
> plaque under the tree yesterday and began singing it. Help! He can keep an
> eye on his domain from there. The collibah is a type of eucalyptus. He will
> dive from there if a hummer approaches "HIS" low-growing grevillea, which
> is on the next path to the east. He also will perch in the growth behind
> the grevillea in the shadows and attack if an intruder tries to sip from
> HIS nectar. He sure acts like a Rufous. Oops - is that species profiling?
>
> Happy Birding,
> -Lisa
>
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Date: 7/12/17 4:41 pm
From: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Leucistic Hummer I found yesterday
Hi Birders,

I got MUCH better shots today, and I believe he's a Rufous Hummingbird. The
R2 feather has a "notch". Do you concur?

Sorry about the crummy diagnostic shots - I will post much, much better
ones later:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/lisafay/

I got infinitely better shots today. I got there when the marine layer was
still in, which helped a lot. I would say early morning in those conditions
or last possible light in the day would be best. They lock the gates at 5.

No, I didn't find the leucistic Anna's Hummer. I did look for him again.
The shots I saw from last week were painful to look at, frankly.

I did see 2 juvie Cooper's Hawks, which please me because I olny saw one
fledgling on June 14th. I also only saw one parent (who gave me a warning),
so I thought perhaps the other parent was with the other baby. I really did
think I saw 2 in the nest. Confirmation?

Oh, and here's the location! Head east from the offices and turn right on
the wide path that spans the arboretum. After the picnic bench keep going
until you reach the next left you can take and head east. Look for the
collibah tree with the plaque. I left a white chair across from the low
grevillea. He loves to sit in the coolibah "Waltzing Mathilda" tree.
Someone PLEASE help me get that song out of my head! A woman read the
plaque under the tree yesterday and began singing it. Help! He can keep an
eye on his domain from there. The collibah is a type of eucalyptus. He will
dive from there if a hummer approaches "HIS" low-growing grevillea, which
is on the next path to the east. He also will perch in the growth behind
the grevillea in the shadows and attack if an intruder tries to sip from
HIS nectar. He sure acts like a Rufous. Oops - is that species profiling?

Happy Birding,
-Lisa

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Date: 7/12/17 4:35 pm
From: Larry Corridon <larry961357...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Hummer
Which hummer is this, the Anna’s or the Allen’s?
> On Jul 12, 2017, at 15:49, Shirley Murphy <smurphbird...> wrote:
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> Still there today and looking good
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Date: 7/12/17 3:49 pm
From: Shirley Murphy <smurphbird...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Hummer
Still there today and looking good

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Date: 7/12/17 10:01 am
From: Michael Bolte <bolte...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Looked for a miracle...but found something pretty miraculous anyway
Yup - I also got some photos of the “old” leucistic Arboretum hummingbird last week and it does not look good and does not look like the “new” one Lisa posted photos of.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/ <https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/>

has a couple of closeup shots a few images down the page.

Mike

> On Jul 12, 2017, at 9:56 AM, Glenn White <glennwhite...> wrote:
>
> Hi Lisa:
>
> Thanks for posting the photos, it's great to see another leucistic hummer in our area. Last week I got some photos of the original and it don't look very healthy. Here's a link to a gallery of hummer photos with the leucistic from the Arboretum and a partial leucistic that was around our place in Felton last summer (half green / half white) at our feeder. Under the picture titles are the dates they were taken. You can really see the difference in the leucistic hummer's featuers between the May 2016 photos versus July 2017.
>
> http://www.glennwhite.com/Hummingbirds/ <http://www.glennwhite.com/Hummingbirds/>
>
> Take care,
>
> Glenn
>
>
> On Tuesday, July 11, 2017 at 5:33:06 PM UTC-7, lisafaylarson wrote:
> Hi Birders,
>
> I heard from a friend that the white Anna's at the UCSC Arboretum had gotten better. Last time I saw it, he was in really bad shape, so I went to investigate.
>
> I didn't find the Anna's, but I did find a male leucistic Allen's Hummingbird. He is a healthy and pugnacious guy. I saw him do the U-shape flight pattern, but the sound at the bottom of the dive was very weak, if there at all. I think it is a young male. All of the male Allen's I saw today were young. Does that sound right? Have the mature ones migrated?
>
> Photos (not easy to photograph him in bright light and they are competitive as heck)
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/lisafay/ <https://www.flickr.com/photos/lisafay/>
>
> Happy birding,
> -Lisa
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Date: 7/12/17 9:56 am
From: Glenn White <glennwhite...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: Looked for a miracle...but found something pretty miraculous anyway
Hi Lisa:

Thanks for posting the photos, it's great to see another leucistic hummer
in our area. Last week I got some photos of the original and it don't look
very healthy. Here's a link to a gallery of hummer photos with the
leucistic from the Arboretum and a partial leucistic that was around our
place in Felton last summer (half green / half white) at our feeder. Under
the picture titles are the dates they were taken. You can really see the
difference in the leucistic hummer's featuers between the May 2016 photos
versus July 2017.

http://www.glennwhite.com/Hummingbirds/

Take care,

Glenn


On Tuesday, July 11, 2017 at 5:33:06 PM UTC-7, lisafaylarson wrote:

> Hi Birders,
>
> I heard from a friend that the white Anna's at the UCSC Arboretum had
> gotten better. Last time I saw it, he was in really bad shape, so I went to
> investigate.
>
> I didn't find the Anna's, but I did find a male leucistic Allen's
> Hummingbird. He is a healthy and pugnacious guy. I saw him do the U-shape
> flight pattern, but the sound at the bottom of the dive was very weak, if
> there at all. I think it is a young male. All of the male Allen's I saw
> today were young. Does that sound right? Have the mature ones migrated?
>
> Photos (not easy to photograph him in bright light and they are
> competitive as heck)
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/lisafay/
>
> Happy birding,
> -Lisa
>
>

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Date: 7/11/17 5:33 pm
From: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Looked for a miracle...but found something pretty miraculous anyway
Hi Birders,

I heard from a friend that the white Anna's at the UCSC Arboretum had
gotten better. Last time I saw it, he was in really bad shape, so I went to
investigate.

I didn't find the Anna's, but I did find a male leucistic Allen's
Hummingbird. He is a healthy and pugnacious guy. I saw him do the U-shape
flight pattern, but the sound at the bottom of the dive was very weak, if
there at all. I think it is a young male. All of the male Allen's I saw
today were young. Does that sound right? Have the mature ones migrated?

Photos (not easy to photograph him in bright light and they are competitive
as heck)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/lisafay/

Happy birding,
-Lisa

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Date: 7/10/17 11:38 am
From: Judy Donaldson <calqua...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Capitola- juvenile COOPER'S HAWKS
While driving down Wharf Road yesterday (about 3:30 pm), I heard some distinct squealing calls above the road noise. I walked back there this morning (about 10:00 am) and heard them again. There were at least two juvenile COOPER'S HAWKS in the area between the entrance to Wharf Road Manor and the top of the path coming up from Soquel Creek/Rispin Mansion area. I saw one flying and calling. It came from the creek side and flew into the trees in W.R. Manor. I'm guessing the nest is near the creek, as most of the calls yesterday and today came from that direction.

If you want to investigate, the library parking lot is nearby. Good to know they are still in the area. The construction activity around Rispin only pushed them upstream and not completely away.
Judy Donaldson


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Date: 7/9/17 3:45 pm
From: Blake Matheson <gypaetusbarbatus1...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Audubon Presentation on Ashy Storm-Petrels, TUESDAY JULY 11
This is a reminder that Tuesday night, July 11, Monterey Audubon's lecture
will be on Monterey Bay's storied, near-endemic seabird, the Ashy
Storm-Petrel. Even for locals, Ashy sightings are a rare treat. For
visiting birders, they, along with a handful of other California
specialties, are truly a "red-letter bird."

We are pleased to welcome back our friend and Audubon California's Marine
Program Director, Anna Weinstein to highlight the species' conservation
biology and future management strategies.

Doors open at 700. Lecture to begin around 730 at the PG Museum of Natural
History. More info at
http://montereyaudubon.org/programs.html

Good birding,

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Date: 7/7/17 10:52 am
From: Nickie Zavinsky <nickiezee0111...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: "dropbox" hacking
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From: Larry Corridon <larry961357...>
Date: Fri, Jul 7, 2017 at 10:14 AM
Subject: Fwd: "dropbox" hacking
To: Nickie Zavinsky <nickiezee0111...>


Hi All,
Larry Corridon asked me to forward this to everyone.
Nickie


*From: *Larry Corridon <larry961357...>
*Subject: **"dropbox" hacking*
*Date: *July 7, 2017 at 04:51:38 PDT
*To: *MBB <mbbirds...>

I signed up today for a pay for security company and they found that I had
been hacked by some unknown Russian hackers from that damn dropbox window
that plagued many of us and they had to clean out my computer, which took
quite a bit of time today. Since I do my banking and a lot of purchases on
line, and the sites were compromised, I realized it was necessary. I don’t
know if that was the case for others who opened that window or not. I do
know changing my e-mail address was not enough in my case.

I don’t use G-mail but a friend who does and accidentally clicked on that
box, said that G-mail tech support ws very helpful.

So sorry for anyone who received that fake dropbox window from me.



I hope That you received both Nickie Zavinski’s and my directions to
Steve’s Memorial and SCBC picnic. It is a lovely spot, set in a redwood
grove, with plenty of seating and tables, sanitary facilities, potable
water drinking fountains and even a Bocci Ball court! (If anyone wishes to
play it and has a set, the courts are available for use.)

I look forward to being able to celebrate Steve’s life and to strengthen my
memories of him as a friend, teacher, birder extraordinaire, and a true
lover of nature. I hope you can attend and do the same.

Larry


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Date: 7/6/17 12:08 pm
From: 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: 40 Thieves picnic area location info

Hi All,
Larry Corridon wanted to make sure we had the correct directions to the
40 Thieves area. Please read his note below. He is also trying to get re-registered onto MBB after his cyber hack, but has not had luck. Perhaps someone can help with that?
Thanks,
Lisa Sheridan




From: Larry Corridon <larry961357...>

Subject: 40 Thieves picnic area





The Memorial picnic for Steve is at a different entrance to Delaviega Park than the one at the SCBC picnic area two years ago.
To get there, drive past the main entrance to the park on Branciforte Drive, then watch for a sign on the righthand side of the road that says George Washington Picnic area. Turn in there and there will be a sign directing you to 40 Thieves.


(If you end up at the Mystery House turn off, you missed it.)




Turn into right at this sign to get to 40 Theives picnic area off Branciforte Drive





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Date: 7/5/17 7:17 pm
From: Nickie Zavinsky <nickiezee0111...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Steve Gerow Celebration of Life
*Please join us on Saturday July 8th *for a
pot luck picnic Celebration of Life for Steve Gerow.

*10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. At the “40 Thieves” picnic area in De Laveaga Park
-- off Branciforte Drive. To reach the 40 Thieves picnic area pass the
main park entrance and turn right into the George Washington Grove picnic
area. (https://goo.gl/maps/B2DK4HSsm9N2
<http://santacruzbirdclub.us14.list-manage.com/track/click?u=83047d39338747005ca8a1ea0&id=fdd9e30cdb&e=e6713ab4ca>)The
Bird Club will be providing plates, cups, napkins, and cutlery, water, ice
tea and juice. Bring yourself, your memories and a dish to share.8:00 A.M.
Special bird walk10:00 A.M. -11:00 A.M. visiting and more birding.11:00
A.M.-12:00 P.M. gathering, sharing and remembrance.12:00 P.M. -2:00
P.M. Pot Luck Lunch (The park does not allow alcohol.)If you can join us
at 0800, we will walk around the fields and maybe into the park looking and
listening for any and all birds possible. This should be viewed as an event
to celebrate our passion for birding and the beautiful environment we are
so lucky to live in, and an opportunity to reconnect with the many people
who were fortunate enough to have experienced the seemingly endless
knowledge and patience Steve shared with us all. A day of celebration of
everything Steve brought to us.*
*Hope to see you there!*
*Nickie*
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Date: 7/4/17 10:35 pm
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Citizen
Shantanu -- many congratulations on citizenship! And may your American life list continue to grow rapidly! Cheers, Don

Don Roberson
Pacific Grove CA
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Date: 7/4/17 8:39 pm
From: Pete Sole <pete...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Big Sur Peregrines and Condors
Hi birders,

For July 4th, we partially drove HW1 in Big Sur, that iconic Californian
/ American road.

Along the way we saw three PEREGRINE FALCONS associating together. They
ganged up on Raven, and after they drove it off, seemed to be
chasing/playing with each other, although not too aggressively.

Giving an COMMON RAVEN a rough time:
http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/documentary/3_Peregrines_1_Raven_170704a.jpg

Close up of a juvenile PEREGRINE FALCON:
http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/web_ready/hawks_eagles_kites/falcon_peregrine_juvi_170704a.jpg

My sense is that there were 2 juvis and 1 adult but I'm not too sure.

Near Andrew Molera we were treated to distant, but clear views of 3
soaring CALIFORNIA CONDORS. The gentleman at the state park kiosk told
us that apparently, the condors have fared well in spite of the floods,
fires and landslides seen in Big Sur these last few years.

Two distant soaring condors:
http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/web_ready/hawks_eagles_kites/condor_california_170704a.jpg
http://www.lighthousenet.com/photos/birds/web_ready/hawks_eagles_kites/condor_california_170704b.jpg

For those that are wondering, Big Sur was closed on the north end, about
5 miles south of Andrew Molera State Park. Unfortunately, the Ventana
Wilderness Visitor Center next to Andrew Molera, was badly flooded this
last year with 2 feet of water. They are working to reopen it, but have
not been able to open it yet.

Full ebird list from our brief stop at Andrew Molera:
http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S37978084

Happy 4th of July,

Pete and Nancy,
Soquel, CA

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Date: 7/4/17 7:26 pm
From: Shantanu Phukan <phukan...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Citizen
Yesterday, after a wait of eight months (and a residence in this country of 42 years), my citizenship application process finally wound its way to its conclusion and I was summoned for the swearing in ceremony which finalizes the process.

I racked my brains about how to make my American birth meaningful as a birder and decided that I would bird as much as possible both before and after the ceremony, and then choose from the day's list the 'citizenship-bird'. And wouldnt it be great if I could glimpse a Bald Eagle on this, of all, days?

On our drive over to Monterey for the ceremony Ray Dyer, Sharon Hull and my mother stopped for a quick scan out over Harkins Slough, and there was the Bald Eagle shining in the Live Oaks across from the Osprey-nest. For once this eagle decided to cooperate.

My life list (as an American) stands at 49 species.

Shantanu Phukan
Santa Cruz/San Jose

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Date: 7/4/17 1:06 pm
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] MTY highlights updated and other new web pages
The on-going discussion of Monterey County bird highlights has been updated again into July, with new photos from late May, at
http://creagrus.home.montereybay.com/MTY_2017b.html

And it is the Fourth of July, when we celebrate our American heritage and history. I'm a fan of history -- spending a lot of time reading about it and visiting historic sites -- and it is thus a natural for me to write about birding history. Some of you will have read the stuff I published long ago about the history of California birding in the 1970s and 1980s, starting at
http://creagrus.home.montereybay.com/CAwhoswhointro.html
[those pages were created in a different program than I now use, and so have not been updated in many years. They look very dated . . . ]

As I get older, I thought it would be fun to write up a bit of personal birding history. So now available (likely with various typos) are pages on
what I consider to be the "top 10 best birds that I've found" in California, at
http://creagrus.home.montereybay.com/CAtop10finds-DR.html

plus a page on the "top 20 most satisfying bird chases" in California, at
http://creagrus.home.montereybay.com/CAtop10chases-DR.html

and to top it off with some classic poems and cartoons about chasing rare birds, in California or elsewhere now at
http://creagrus.home.montereybay.com/CAtop10chases2-DR.html

This 3-page set has links between pages. This was little project started over a year ago and worked at in bits and pieces. Could be better but its time to move on.

Happy Fourth of July to all!

Don



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Date: 7/3/17 11:58 am
From: David Suddjian <dsuddjian...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Fun incidental
Green Herons are pretty tolerant of human busyness. They nest regularly in
urban settings in Santa Cruz County, including nests in parking lot trees
and street trees in downtown Santa Cruz, in the midst of busy human
activity.

David Suddjian
Littleton, CO

On Sun, Jul 2, 2017 at 11:15 AM, Jean Brocklebank <jeanbean...>
wrote:

> On Jul 2, 2017, at 9:45 AM, 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds wrote:
>
> > Loved having this Green Heron view as I was stopped at the light on
> the corner of Soquel and Front Street, this AM.
>
> I am surprised to see a Green heron in this situation. They are
> usually so reclusive and easily disturbed by human busyness.
>
> Jean
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Date: 7/2/17 12:17 pm
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] First evidence of MTY breeding in Redhead for 102 years
Mike Rogers sent us this additional excellent comment to consider:

> Redheads do a lot of their breeding by egg dumping. There need not be an adult female around with the young. Perhaps the young hatched among the Gadwall broods you observed.


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Date: 7/2/17 12:14 pm
From: Gillian Greensite <gumtree...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Steamer Lane
Jim,

As a regular year round swimmer at Cowell’s I believe the Pigeon Guillemots that you saw, that are close to the cliffs are nesting on the cliff ledge and may be the ones dislocated from previous nesting sites near the Sea and Sand Inn. Those nesting sites are for the first time this year occupied by pigeons, dislocated from their nesting sites underneath the wharf due to the steel mesh installed to keep them out for possible water pollution ( fecal indicator bacteria) impacts.

I’m no expert by any stretch but I keep a keen eye out for the Guillemots every time I’m in the water and this is the first year I’ve seen them on the western edge of Cowell’s. At low tide they are very close to surfers but don’t appear disturbed by them, at least not yet.

Gillian
Westside Santa Cruz
> On Jul 2, 2017, at 11:29 AM, 'jim' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> wrote:
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> Zooey about that.
>
> Must be an abundance of fish close to shore on Westcliff Drive this morning. All kinds of fishing boats including three big trawlers further off shore.
>
> Saw three Pigeon Guillemots close to board launching site. Swimming very close to cliffs.
>
> Jim
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Date: 7/2/17 11:29 am
From: 'jim' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Fw: Steamer Lane
blockquote, div.yahoo_quoted { margin-left: 0 !important; border-left:1px #715FFA solid !important; padding-left:1ex !important; background-color:white !important; } Zooey about that.
Must be an abundance of fish close to shore on Westcliff Drive this morning.  All kinds of fishing boats including three big trawlers further off shore.
Saw three Pigeon Guillemots close to board launching site.  Swimming very close to cliffs.
Jim


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Date: 7/2/17 11:25 am
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Steamer Lan
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Date: 7/2/17 10:58 am
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] First evidence of MTY breeding in Redhead for 102 years
Yesterday Rita and I saw a group of 4 'female-plumaged' Redhead on Bennett Slough, viewing from Struve Road. Recognizing that this could be a female with 3 fledglings in juv plumage, I did trespass a short distance to get photos. I was never able to get all 4 in the same shot, but despite getting close to them, none of them flew. A couple of them exercised their wings by flapping. They were mixed in broods of varying ages of Gadwall, which clearly were too young to fly. I think that the 3 juv-plumaged Redhead were probably at an age just before flight. Birds of North America says:
> At 7 wk, remaining down covered by scapulars; white tips of secondaries visible when wing is held loosely or flapped, but otherwise hidden by scapulars and tertiaries. Sheaths of primaries and greater primary coverts still conspicuous. Usually completely feathered by 8 wk. Flight usually attained by 8.5–9 wk. At 8–10 wk in male, bill tip darkens, and an indistinct, light, subterminal band appears.


The bills of the juvs did not yet show a subterminal band (photos to be posted on my web site in due course).

In short, we think we saw either (a) a female in summer plumage (e.g., dark bill) with a brood of 3 full-grown but flightless juvs, or, less likely (b) a set of 4 juvs. Three were decidedly darker-headed than the 4th, so we think that was the female. We will get expert opinion on that.

Assuming this analysis is correct, these must have hatched somewhere in the Bennett/McCluskley Slough complex in Monterey County. There have been more than usual sightings of adult Redheads in this slough complex this spring, and some pairs. We thought they might nest some year.

The only prior evidence of the nesting of Redhead in MTY comes from a set of 9 eggs taken from a nest on the Empire Gun Club near Castroville on 16 June 1915 [eggs are at MVZ, U.C. Berkeley].

Thus, this appears to be the first evidence of breeding Redhead in MTY in 102 years.

Don Roberson
Pacific Grove CA
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Date: 7/2/17 10:15 am
From: Jean Brocklebank <jeanbean...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Fun incidental
On Jul 2, 2017, at 9:45 AM, 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds wrote:

> Loved having this Green Heron view as I was stopped at the light on the corner of Soquel and Front Street, this AM.

I am surprised to see a Green heron in this situation. They are usually so reclusive and easily disturbed by human busyness.

Jean

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Date: 7/2/17 9:45 am
From: 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Fun incidental
Loved having this Green Heron view as I was stopped at the light on the corner of Soquel and Front Street, this AM.
Lisa



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Date: 7/1/17 7:34 pm
From: Nickie Zavinsky <nickiezee0111...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Celebration of Life for Steve Gerow
*Please join us on Saturday July 8th *for pot luck picnic Celebration of
Life for Steve Gerow from
10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.

*At the “40 Thieves” picnic area in De Laveaga Park -- off Branciforte
Drive. To reach the 40 Thieves picnic area pass the main park entrance and
turn right into the George Washington Grove picnic area.
(https://goo.gl/maps/B2DK4HSsm9N2
<http://santacruzbirdclub.us14.list-manage.com/track/click?u=83047d39338747005ca8a1ea0&id=fdd9e30cdb&e=e6713ab4ca>)The
Bird Club will be providing plates, cups, napkins, and cutlery, water, ice
tea and juice. Just bring yourself and a dish to share!8:00 A.M. Special
bird walk*10:00 A.M. -11:00 A.M. visiting and more birding.11:00 A.M.-12:00
P.M. gathering, sharing and remembrance.12:00 P.M. -2:00 P.M. Pot Luck
Lunch (The park does not allow alcohol.)*If you can join us at 0800, we
will walk around the fields and maybe into the park looking and listening
for any and all birds possible. This should be viewed as an event to
celebrate our passion for birding and the beautiful environment we are so
lucky to live in, and an opportunity to reconnect with the many people who
were fortunate enough to have experienced the seemingly endless knowledge
and patience Steve shared with us all. A day of celebration of everything
Steve brought to us.*

*Hope to see you there!*
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Date: 7/1/17 7:29 pm
From: Nickie Zavinsky <nickiezee0111...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Celebration of Steve Gerow
Please join us on Saturday July 8th for pot luck picnic Celebration of Life for Steve Gerow.
10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
At the “40 Thieves” picnic area in De Laveaga Park -- off Branciforte Drive. To reach the 40 Thieves picnic area pass the main park entrance and turn right into the George Washington Grove picnic area. (https://goo.gl/maps/B2DK4HSsm9N2)
The Bird Club will be providing plates, cups, napkins, and cutlery, water, ice tea and juice. So bring yourself and a dish to share.

8:00 A.M. Special bird walk
10:00 A.M. -11:00 A.M. visiting and more birding.
11:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M. gathering, sharing and remembrance.
12:00 P.M. -2:00 P.M. Pot Luck Lunch (The park does not allow alcohol.)
If you can join us at 0800, we will walk around the fields and maybe into the park looking and listening for any and all birds possible. This should be viewed as an event to celebrate our passion for birding and the beautiful environment we are so lucky to live in, and an opportunity to reconnect with the many people who were fortunate enough to have experienced the seemingly endless knowledge and patience Steve shared with us all. A day of celebration of everything Steve brought to us.

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Date: 6/30/17 9:52 pm
From: 'Kraig C' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] WARNING Messages about dropbox are dangerous

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On Wed, 6/28/17, Randy Wardle <wrwardle...> wrote:

Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] WARNING Messages about dropbox are dangerous
To: "MBB" <mbbirds...>, "<phil...>" <phil...>
Date: Wednesday, June 28, 2017, 5:40 PM



Thanks Phil. Unfortunately, I fell for the original email
yesterday and opened Dropbox with my info. So, don't
open anything from me!





Randy Wardle
<wrwardle...>






From: <mbbirds...>
<mbbirds...> on behalf of Phil Brown
<pdpbrown...>

Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2017 11:34 PM

To: MBB

Subject: [MBBIRDS] WARNING Messages about dropbox are
dangerous
 


Hi all,
It appears that one or two people at least have had
their emails hacked, there are messages on MBB about Dropbox
which have links to sites in Spain. This is obviously some
sort of spam/malware/fishing emails, so DO NOT CLICK ON THE
LINK.



Phil Brown
SCBC Webmaster.


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I got the original email from "Mary Crouser' via mbbirds" <mbbirds...> saying please open the link here for the dropbox attachment, link not disclosed cause it wasn't right.. don't click on this link.. It's just proof of the phishing URL.. http://dmces.com.br/site/js/vendor/calendar/investment/tax/dpb/ Mary confirmed that the email was a hack/scam.. we can look up the dmces.com.br host and report them but if Mary's account got hacked and the hackers are abusing it, it could be a legitimate service being compramized.. Dropbox is a tool for a purpose, much like MBB is.. Find the source of the problem and report them to their service provider.. I did a tracerout to dmces.com.br and got IP address 108.167.168.63, Ipwhois search says "WEBSITEWELCOME.COM" located at 5005 suite 100 mitchelldale houston texax. Ipwhois reports their contacts phone number and email address but no link to their abuse department.. +1-866-964-2867 (Office)
Email <ipadmin...>

Dropbox is kinda like imageshack or tinyurl.. it's untrusted.. something's going on on the intarweb to create a scare of untrusted hosts.. comes down to trust but verify..




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Date: 6/30/17 10:18 am
From: Jonah Svensson <oakenshield0522...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Wilder Ranch Sound Pollution (June 29)
While we were birding at Wilder Ranch State Park yesterday (Old Cove
Landing Trail), there were numerous speakers in the farm fields that were
giving off agitated bird calls (e.g. chickadees, jays, etc.) as well as
raptor calls (e.g. kestrels, hawks, etc.). We presume they were intended to
scare off other birds from the growing crops. This seems to be a very
strange presence in a State Park area, especially in the middle of the
breeding season. Are there any measures we can take as birders to deal with
this situation? I would assume that these calls could agitate nesting birds
(there is/was an Ash-throated Flycatcher nest very close to the field) and
possibly force them to abandon their nests. Please advise!

Jonah Svensson

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Date: 6/28/17 5:41 pm
From: Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] WARNING Messages about dropbox are dangerous
Thanks Phil. Unfortunately, I fell for the original email yesterday and opened Dropbox with my info. So, don't open anything from me!


Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>


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Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2017 11:34 PM
To: MBB
Subject: [MBBIRDS] WARNING Messages about dropbox are dangerous

Hi all,
It appears that one or two people at least have had their emails hacked, there are messages on MBB about Dropbox which have links to sites in Spain. This is obviously some sort of spam/malware/fishing emails, so DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK.

Phil Brown
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Date: 6/28/17 4:37 pm
From: Phil Brown <pdpbrown...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] WARNING Messages about dropbox are dangerous
Hi all,
It appears that one or two people at least have had their emails hacked,
there are messages on MBB about Dropbox which have links to sites in Spain.
This is obviously some sort of spam/malware/fishing emails, so DO NOT CLICK
ON THE LINK.

Phil Brown
SCBC Webmaster.

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Date: 6/28/17 3:45 pm
From: 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Inbox Message from Dropbox








Lisa Sheridan sent you a document





Please open the document here

Sent from my Dropbox









Sent by Lisa Sheridan (<Trotrider...>, IP: 50.23.106.246 ) Dropbox.com


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Date: 6/28/17 3:12 pm
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Inbox Message from Dropbox

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Date: 6/28/17 3:05 pm
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Inbox Message from Dropbox

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Date: 6/28/17 9:02 am
From: <CALLMaster...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Voicemail from CALLMaster
Hi, you have new voicemail.
Mailbox 6000->6200.
Received a 70 second message 06/28/2017 at 09:02:46.
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Date: 6/27/17 9:30 pm
From: Blake Matheson <gypaetusbarbatus1...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] MBay National Marine Sanctuary Protections
Many of you may have heard that the Trump Administration is
considering removal of the Davidson Seamount from Monterey National Marine
Sanctuary. If this effort is successful and Davidson is opened to energy
development it will be yet another blow to the imperiled seabirds of the
California Current. For those that don't know, Davidson is a crucial area
of high biological productivity far offshore at the southern end of the
sanctuary, and, not incidentally, is the source of some of Monterey
County's rarest seabird records.

Consider taking action on the NOAA comment page and, if you are a
constituent of Jimmy Panetta's. let him know this is an issue worth
fighting for.
https://www.regulations.gov/comment?D=NOAA-NOS-2017-0066-0001

Good birding,
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* "If you save the living environment, the biodiversity that we have left,
you will also automatically save the physical environment, too... If you
only save the physical environment, you will ultimately lose both." E.O.
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Date: 6/27/17 5:53 pm
From: Bill Bousman <barlowi...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] West Cliff Drive
Folks:

This morning, 6/27/17, I was at Lighthouse Field and saw an OSPREY there
on a dead snag.

Bill Bousman
Menlo Park

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Date: 6/26/17 4:11 pm
From: 'Mary Crouser' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] My email got hacked.
Stephanie Singer just let me knowthere's a post to mbbirds from me that looked odd to her antivirus. My email account got hacked earlier today so if you get the email with an attachment from Dropbox, just delete the email. DON'T open the link to Dropbox.
Sorry for the inconvenience,
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Date: 6/26/17 2:34 pm
From: Michael Bolte <bolte...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Not quite local: short-eared owls on the Big Island
I was out in Hawaii last week and had great luck spotting pueo - the Hawaii version of short-eared owls.

Posted some photos here:

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Date: 6/26/17 11:17 am
From: 'Mary Crouser' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Inbox Message from Dropbox

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Date: 6/26/17 11:01 am
From: Tim Brown <timbrown...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Say


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