monterey-bay-birders
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10/21/18 11:19 am jane mio <jmio...> [MBBIRDS] 2 Buffleheads on San Lorenzo River
10/20/18 5:20 pm Michael Martin <mmikemmartin...> [MBBIRDS] Bald Eagle in Felton
10/20/18 4:50 pm 'Stephanie Singer' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] Nashville Warbler at Bethany Curve, SC
10/20/18 12:33 pm Randy Wardle <wrwardle...> [MBBIRDS] Ross's Goose at Harkin's Slough
10/19/18 9:25 pm silverbirder via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] Varied Thrush
10/18/18 3:38 pm DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...> [MBBIRDS] MONTEREY PELAGIC TRIP OCT. 21
10/18/18 1:03 pm 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] Invitation to SCBC Social and Silent Auction Thursday Oct 25
10/17/18 8:46 pm Blake Matheson <gypaetusbarbatus1...> [MBBIRDS] Masked Booby at Pinos, MTY, tonight 17 October
10/17/18 9:18 am dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Bells vireo
10/17/18 8:16 am waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Bells vireo
10/17/18 8:15 am waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Bells vireo
10/17/18 7:29 am dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> [MBBIRDS] Bells vireo
10/17/18 12:31 am Lee Jaffe <leejaffe54...> [MBBIRDS] Fwd: The Mystery Behind Bird Navigation May Be Solved
10/16/18 11:33 pm 'Kent Van Vuren' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] Blackpoll Warbler & Bell's Vireo
10/16/18 2:23 pm 'Donald Glasco' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] White Pelicans at Elkhorn Slough
10/15/18 10:29 am DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...> [MBBIRDS] MASKED BOOBY: SCZ COUNTY: OCT. 13, 2018
10/14/18 1:56 pm Matthew Dodder <mdodder...> [MBBIRDS] Moss Landing / Moonglow 10-13-18
10/14/18 12:25 pm Michael Bolte <mjbolte...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: East Meadow update
10/14/18 12:03 pm Lee Jaffe <leejaffe54...> [MBBIRDS] Fwd: East Meadow update
10/13/18 11:08 am Heidi Sandkuhle <mrskuhle...> [MBBIRDS] pileated
10/13/18 9:54 am Pete Sole <pete...> [MBBIRDS] FOS Garden Fox Sparrow
10/12/18 7:20 pm Kent <kentjohnson...> [MBBIRDS] Chasing around Monterey
10/11/18 1:11 pm Eric Feuss <ericfeuss...> [MBBIRDS] Black-headed Grosbeak (Hatch-year Male) in Soquel
10/10/18 6:29 pm 'Bill Hill' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler
10/10/18 6:09 pm Alexander Gaguine <gaguine...> [MBBIRDS] Black-throated Gray Warbler at Bethany Curve
10/10/18 5:23 pm 'Kent Van Vuren' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler photo
10/10/18 4:34 pm Don Roberson <creagrus...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
10/9/18 4:21 pm Larry Corridon <larry961357...> [MBBIRDS] Re: Preferred days and times for next SCBC Board Mtg
10/9/18 9:39 am dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler and Blue- headed Vireo on Carmel River in Monterey County
10/9/18 8:19 am 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] Invitation to SCBC Social and silent auction October 25th.
10/8/18 8:28 pm Don Roberson <creagrus...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
10/8/18 8:06 pm Don Roberson <creagrus...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
10/8/18 8:05 pm Don Roberson <creagrus...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
10/8/18 7:30 pm Carole Rose <clrose413...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
10/8/18 6:36 pm Matthew Coale <matthewcoale02...> [MBBIRDS] Ospray
10/8/18 6:28 pm Earl Lebow <hawkowl...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
10/8/18 6:16 pm dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
10/8/18 11:48 am DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...> [MBBIRDS] OCT. 6: REPORT WITH KITTIWAKE
10/7/18 7:01 pm David Apgar <d_apgar...> RE: [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement
10/7/18 6:23 pm 'Donald Glasco' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement
10/7/18 6:10 pm Alex Rinkert <arinkert12...> RE: [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement
10/7/18 3:53 pm Blake Matheson <gypaetusbarbatus1...> [MBBIRDS] Tuesday October 9, MAS Presentation
10/7/18 3:48 pm waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole from Davenport
10/7/18 3:04 pm dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> [MBBIRDS] Golden-crowned Kinglet Antonelli/Homeless Garden
10/7/18 2:59 pm Cliff Bixler <clifford.bixler50...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole from Davenport
10/7/18 11:47 am Matthew Dodder <mdodder...> [MBBIRDS] Homeless Garden, Natural Bridges
10/7/18 8:17 am Alex Rinkert <arinkert12...> [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement
10/7/18 8:02 am waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole from Davenport
10/7/18 12:37 am Lee Jaffe <leejaffe54...> [MBBIRDS] Fwd: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole from Davenport
10/6/18 10:50 am Alexander Gaguine <gaguine...> [MBBIRDS] Antonelli’s Pond Blackpoll
10/6/18 8:02 am Robin A. <roabushu...> [MBBIRDS] Cackling geese, Ceja First of Fall
10/4/18 5:41 pm Chris Campton <campton...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Re: corrections
10/4/18 5:17 pm 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] Its a Yellow Warbler!
10/4/18 4:22 pm Kent <kentjohnson...> [MBBIRDS] Summer Tanager at Moonglow Dairy
10/4/18 3:35 pm 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] Re: corrections
10/4/18 3:11 pm 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosebeak Homeless Garden
10/4/18 2:12 pm Randy Wardle <wrwardle...> Fwd: [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosbeak at homeless garden.
10/4/18 2:06 pm Randy Wardle <wrwardle...> [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosbeak at homeless garden.
10/4/18 9:15 am Larry Corridon <larry961357...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Could some one ID?
10/3/18 9:55 pm Alexander Gaguine <gaguine...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Could some one ID?
10/3/18 4:33 pm Dave Weber <dwbirdster...> RE: [MBBIRDS] Moonglow and Pt Pinos - KIngbird
10/3/18 1:27 pm Larry Corridon <larry961357...> [MBBIRDS] Could some one ID?
10/3/18 12:38 pm dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> [MBBIRDS] Moonglow and Pt Pinos
10/2/18 8:58 pm Gary Martindale <gary_martindale...> [MBBIRDS] Greater White-fronted Geese at Schwan Lake
10/2/18 5:57 pm Kent <kentjohnson...> [MBBIRDS] Santa Cruz westside
10/2/18 4:45 pm DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...> [MBBIRDS] RED-FOOTED BOOBY, MANX SHEARS, + more
10/1/18 3:47 pm Randy Wardle <wrwardle...> [MBBIRDS] October Birding Email for Santa Cruz County
9/30/18 9:07 pm Eric Feuss <ericfeuss...> [MBBIRDS] Clay-colored Sparrow at Andrew Molera SP
9/30/18 3:30 pm Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...> [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosbeak
9/30/18 2:50 pm Jean Harrison <seajean...> Re: [MBBIRDS] FOS Golden-crowned Sparrow
9/30/18 1:33 pm Carol Pecot <carol.pecot...> [MBBIRDS] FOS Golden-crowned Sparrow
9/30/18 12:34 pm Lois Goldfrank <loisg...> [MBBIRDS] Nashville Warbler and Clay-colored Sparrow...
9/30/18 12:27 pm David Apgar <D_Apgar...> [MBBIRDS] Lincoln's and fox sparrow at Homeless Garden
9/30/18 10:08 am Sharon Hull <plants...> [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosbeak
9/28/18 11:17 pm Alexander Gaguine <gaguine...> [MBBIRDS] Wilder Ranch S.P.
9/28/18 10:42 pm Lois Goldfrank <loisg...> [MBBIRDS] Mystery Hawk resolved
9/27/18 8:42 pm Pete Sole <pete...> Re: [MBBIRDS] mystery Grosbeak at Neary Lagoon redo
9/27/18 1:36 pm Sharon Hull <plants...> [MBBIRDS] Palm Warbler
9/27/18 8:31 am Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...> Re: [MBBIRDS] mystery Grosbeak at Neary Lagoon redo
9/27/18 8:25 am Michael Bolte <mjbolte...> [MBBIRDS] mystery Grosbeak at Neary Lagoon redo
9/26/18 9:06 pm Michael Bolte <mjbolte...> [MBBIRDS] unsure on the ID of this bird
9/26/18 8:19 pm Gary Martindale <gary_martindale...> [MBBIRDS] White-faced Ibis in Live Oak
9/26/18 1:25 pm Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...> [MBBIRDS] Virgina Warbler Photos
9/26/18 11:19 am DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...> [MBBIRDS] Monterey Bay Birding Festival News & Changes
9/26/18 10:14 am Simon Thornhill <sjthornhill...> [MBBIRDS] Swanton Pond
9/26/18 9:14 am Jean Brocklebank <jeanbean...> Re: [MBBIRDS] California Quail
9/26/18 8:29 am Chris Campton <campton...> [MBBIRDS] California Quail
9/25/18 4:12 pm dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Virginia Warbler
9/25/18 3:43 pm Michael Bolte <mjbolte...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Virginia Warbler
9/25/18 3:42 pm Michael Bolte <mjbolte...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Virginia Warbler
9/25/18 1:28 pm Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...> [MBBIRDS] Virginia Warbler
9/25/18 10:16 am Kent <kentjohnson...> Re: [MBBIRDS] Prairie Warbler, Redstart
9/25/18 8:21 am Kent <kentjohnson...> Re: [MBBIRDS] [MBB] possible Virginia's Warbler at Homeless Garden
9/24/18 8:16 pm Alvaro Jaramillo <chucao...> [MBBIRDS] Pelagic report for Sept 23
9/24/18 12:26 pm William Tyler <ospr...> [MBBIRDS] [MBB] possible Virginia's Warbler at Homeless Garden
9/24/18 9:49 am Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...> Re: [MBBIRDS] FOS Golden-crowned Sparrow
9/24/18 9:32 am Barbara Monahan <monahan...> [MBBIRDS] FOS Golden-crowned Sparrow
9/23/18 10:13 pm Alvaro Jaramillo <chucao...> [MBBIRDS] Moonglow Dairy
9/23/18 3:04 pm Greg Meyer <gregmeyernaturalist...> [MBBIRDS] Re: Shorebirds Pond Birding Walk Sunday
9/23/18 3:01 pm Greg Meyer <gregmeyernaturalist...> [MBBIRDS] Capitola Cliffs Tern Action
9/23/18 2:51 pm Greg Meyer <gregmeyernaturalist...> [MBBIRDS] Re: UCSC East Meadow update -- It's back!
9/23/18 10:17 am waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...> [MBBIRDS] Prairie Warbler, Redstart
9/23/18 9:22 am Sharon Hull <plants...> [MBBIRDS] Yellow-headed Blackbird
9/22/18 11:51 pm Randy Wardle <wrwardle...> [MBBIRDS] Re: Shorebirds Pond Birding Walk Sunday
9/22/18 12:34 pm Mark Kudrav <mkudrav...> [MBBIRDS] Bay-Breasted and Blackpoll warblers Pt. Pinos
 
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Date: 10/21/18 11:19 am
From: jane mio <jmio...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] 2 Buffleheads on San Lorenzo River
Buffleheads foraging between Riverside Ave. & Laurel St bridge @ 10:30 am,
jane

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Date: 10/20/18 5:20 pm
From: Michael Martin <mmikemmartin...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Bald Eagle in Felton
While stopped at the light at Graham Hill Road and Mt. Herman Road saw a bald eagle take a couple of loops over San Lorenzo River to the north and then get chased off by some ravens/crows headed east over Mt. Hermon / Scotts Valley.


Mike Martin

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Date: 10/20/18 4:50 pm
From: 'Stephanie Singer' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Nashville Warbler at Bethany Curve, SC
    About 12:30 today, there was a NASHVILLE WARBLER at Bethany Curve (Santa Cruz), cross street Alta.  Also a few YELLOW-RUMPS and JUNCOS.

~Stephanie Singer

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Date: 10/20/18 12:33 pm
From: Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Ross's Goose at Harkin's Slough
There is a Ross' s Goose at Harkin's Slough among the very large gull flock at 12:30pm.


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Date: 10/19/18 9:25 pm
From: silverbirder via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Varied Thrush

This morning around 11:30 am  Oct. 19 we had a Varied Thrush in our yard down on The Land in Royal Oaks  Seen by Betty

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Date: 10/18/18 3:38 pm
From: DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] MONTEREY PELAGIC TRIP OCT. 21
Howdy, Birders,

Do you literally find yourself left “high and dry,” for a Sunday pelagic trip?

Shearwater Journeys has space this Sunday, October 21 on our pelagic trip departing from Monterey. We meet at 7 a.m., sharp, at Chris’ Fishing Shop on Fishermans’ Wharf and return about 3 p.m. $140/person. We provide a parking voucher that saves you $10 at the end of the day.

We have an all-star line up of eight experienced and friendly leaders including: Nick Levendosky, Alex Rinkert, Sahas Barve, Scott & Linda Terrill, Clay Kempf, Jim Holmes, and Debi Shearwater.

The marine forecast is more than “good”— From NOAA—“A quiet pattern continues into early next week.”!! It doesn’t get any better than that.

We’ll cover both Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties. In Santa Cruz County, we’ve found both MASKED and RED-FOOTED BOOBIES over the past 2 weeks, plus many other seabirds, including albatross and six species of shearwaters.

For reservations, please email me: <debi...> <mailto:<debi...>.

LAST TRIP OF THE 2019 SEASON FOR US!
Seabirding for Science,
Debi Shearwater

DEBRA SHEARWATER
Shearwater Journeys, Inc.
PO Box 190
Hollister, CA 95024
831.637.8527
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www.shearwaterjourneys.blogspot.com

Celebrating 43 Years of Seabirding with Shearwater Journeys
Siberia’s Forgotten Coast & Spoon-billed Sandpiper- 25 June - 9 July 2019
Galapagos Islands: 30 October - 12 November 2019

























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Date: 10/18/18 1:03 pm
From: 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Invitation to SCBC Social and Silent Auction Thursday Oct 25


SCBC Member Invitation to 2ndAnnual
Social Event-Silent Auction of Bird Art andAppetizers.
October 25th 6-8 P.M.

Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History
1305E Cliff Dr, Santa Cruz, CA (map)


Meet other clubmembers and birders -without their binoculars...
while supporting the Breeding Bird Atlas Project.

We invite our many talented and artistic members to exhibit
and donate their bird art of any medium including:

ceramic, sculpture,stained glass,
photography, paintings,
jewelry, sculpture,drawings or folk art.


Ifyour artistic talent is culinary, our flock might appreciate your
talentfor creating savory or sweet appetizers.

Members are entitled to bring one guest.


Please contact Tim Jolly: <tjolly3...> or Lisa Sheridan: <Trotrider...> if you have a piece todonate or any questions.


**************

Breaking News: The Breeding Bird AtlasProject has received the 2018
“Be the Difference Award” recognizing the top 50 people, groupsand businesses who do the most to transform Santa Cruz County throughvolunteerism.


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Date: 10/17/18 8:46 pm
From: Blake Matheson <gypaetusbarbatus1...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Masked Booby at Pinos, MTY, tonight 17 October
Evening Birders

Tonight around sunset, there was an adult MASKED BOOBY settling in for the
night on the rocks at Point Pinos, on the extreme NW tip of the Monterey
Peninsula. This bird was most easily viewed from one pullout south (N/NE
facing) of the main Point parking pullout.

Our last CBRC-accepted record of Masked Booby in Monterey County was in
1997. Tonight's bird could be the same individual seen and
well-photographed northward in Santa Cruz County waters several days ago.
Of course, with the extraordinary incursion of multiple sulid species we're
witnessing this year in the California current, it could also be a new
individual.

Poor photos in the checklist below:

https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S49262920

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only save the physical environment, you will ultimately lose both." E.O.
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Date: 10/17/18 9:18 am
From: dwbirdster <dwbirdster...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Bells vireo
Sorry bout that. Pt pinos wtp. Only reported yesterday on ebird.


Dave Weber,Milpitas
By phone
-------- Original message --------From: waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...> Date: 10/17/18 8:15 AM (GMT-08:00) To: dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> Cc: <mbbirds...> Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Bells vireo
Which water treatment plant, Dave?
On Wed, Oct 17, 2018 at 7:29 AM dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> wrote:
Bells vireo present 7:25 am around ttee 15  behind water treatment  plant. Visiting many trees and shrubs. Sending this at 7:30 am


Dave Weber,Milpitas
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Date: 10/17/18 8:16 am
From: waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Bells vireo
Disregard, missed earlier post.
On Wed, Oct 17, 2018 at 8:15 AM waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...>
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> Which water treatment plant, Dave?
> On Wed, Oct 17, 2018 at 7:29 AM dwbirdster <dwbirdster...>
> wrote:
>
>> Bells vireo present 7:25 am around ttee 15 behind water treatment
>> plant. Visiting many trees and shrubs. Sending this at 7:30 am
>>
>>
>>
>> Dave Weber,
>> Milpitas
>> By phone
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Date: 10/17/18 8:15 am
From: waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Bells vireo
Which water treatment plant, Dave?
On Wed, Oct 17, 2018 at 7:29 AM dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> wrote:

> Bells vireo present 7:25 am around ttee 15 behind water treatment plant.
> Visiting many trees and shrubs. Sending this at 7:30 am
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> Dave Weber,
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Date: 10/17/18 7:29 am
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Bells vireo
Bells vireo present 7:25 am around ttee 15  behind water treatment  plant. Visiting many trees and shrubs. Sending this at 7:30 am


Dave Weber,Milpitas
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Date: 10/17/18 12:31 am
From: Lee Jaffe <leejaffe54...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: The Mystery Behind Bird Navigation May Be Solved
Thought this might be of interest.

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Date: 10/16/18 11:33 pm
From: 'Kent Van Vuren' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Blackpoll Warbler & Bell's Vireo
Hello all,

Here are several photos of the Bell’s Vireo and one of the
Blackpoll Warblers found at Pt. Lobos today.


href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/groucho_24/45328527552/in/dateposted-public/" title="Bell&#x27;s Vireo (Eastern), Pt. Pinos, CA 10-16-18”

href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/groucho_24/45328503882/in/dateposted-public/" title="Bell&#x27;s Vireo (Eastern), Pt. Pinos, CA 10-16-18

href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/groucho_24/45379154691/in/dateposted-public/" title="Blackpoll Warbler, Pt. Pinos, CA 10-16-18”


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Date: 10/16/18 2:23 pm
From: 'Donald Glasco' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] White Pelicans at Elkhorn Slough
I am looking at 155 White Pelicans in Parson's Slough (east side of rail line). When I arrived and tide was 3.3' and rising there were 43 whites. By the time the tide was at 4' 90 minutes later, the squadron grew to at least 155. They came in as individuals and groups of 4-12.
This most I've seen at Elkhorn Slough. Last Nov I watched about 125 fly into same roost, but they arrived en masse in a few large squadrons within a couple of minutes.

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Date: 10/15/18 10:29 am
From: DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] MASKED BOOBY: SCZ COUNTY: OCT. 13, 2018
Howdy, MBB Birders,

The highlight of Shearwater Journeys’ October 13, 2018 Monterey Bay pelagic trip was a MASKED BOOBY, only the third record for Santa Cruz County.

It was a beautiful, calm day at sea with many highlights, including six species of shearwaters: SOOTY, SHORT-TAILED, PINK-FOOTED, MANX, BLACK-VENTED, and BULLER’S. We also had wonderful views of BLACK-FOOTED ALBATROSS, POMARINE and PARASITIC JAEGERS, SOUTH POLAR SKUA, RED and RED-NECKED PHALAROPES, and RHINOCEROS AUKLETS.

Marine mammals included at least 20 humpback whales, 150 Pacific white-sided dolphins, 10 Northern right whale dolphins, 28 Risso’s dolphins, and one Northern fur seal, and the usual California sea lions and sea otters.

The MASKED BOOBY was spotted about 11:40 a.m., attracted to the flock of gulls behind our vessel. It made a quick pass, flying rapidly off our bow. A dramatic chase by our Captain Tinker ensued! The booby landed on the sea with a small flock of gulls. Careful approach by our vessel allowed for a positive ID and a great many images! This was a lot of fun!

Our last pelagic trip of the season is Sunday, OCTOBER 21 with leaders Alex Rinkert, Nick Levendosky, Jim Holmes, Debi Shearwater. Spaces are available. For a reservation, please email me: <debi...> <mailto:<debi...>.

The complete species list for OCTOBER 13, 2018 Shearwater Journeys’ trip covering both MONTEREY/SANTA CRUZ COUNTIES follows:

PACIFIC LOON: 1/0
COMMON LOON: 7/11
BLACK-FOOTED ALBATROSS: 3/2
NORTHERN FULMAR: 3/6
PINK-FOOTED SHEARWATER: 160/205
BULLER’S SHEARWATER: 6/6
SOOTY SHEARWATER: 120/32
SHORT-TAILED SHEARWATER: 3/0
MANX SHEARWATER: 1/0
BLACK-VENTED SHEARWATER: 2/0
**MASKED BOOBY: 0/1
BROWN PELICAN: 115/2
BRANDT’S CORMORANT: 150/3
DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANT: 1/0
RED-NECKED PHALAROPE: 60/6
RED PHALAROPE: 13/0
SOUTH POLAR SKUA: 1/1
POMARINE JAEGER: 0/1
PARASITIC JAEGER: 2/0
BONAPARTE’S GULL: 2/0
HEERMANN’S GULL: 28/0
CALIFORNIA GULL: 115/96
HERRING GULL: 2/0
WESTERN GULL: 365/108
GLAUCOUS-WINGED GULL: 1/0
ELEGANT TERN: 60/0
COMMON MURRE: 285/185
PIGEON GUILLEMOT: 1/0
CASSIN’S AUKLET: 6/1
RHINOCEROS AUKLET: 470/155
OSPREY:1/0
PEREGRINE FALCON: 1/0
WOOD DUCK: 1/0
WARBLER SP.:1/0

The leaders for October 13 included: Scott and Linda Terrill, Nick Levendosky, Alex Rinkert, and Debi Shearwater. Special thanks to Nick for carrying my great pyrenees doggie, on and off the boat. It was her first pelagic trip and I think it will be her last! She’s not a sailor dog!

See you out there! One more trip for 2018!
Seabirding for Science,
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Date: 10/14/18 1:56 pm
From: Matthew Dodder <mdodder...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Moss Landing / Moonglow 10-13-18
I led my Palo Alto Adult School birding class to the coast yesterday. We began on Jetty Road, followed by a quick tour of the harbor mouth and beach, and then to Moonglow Dairy. Highlights were a heard-only GREAT-TAILED GRACKLE near the Moss Beach entrance, a lone GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE, a PEREGRINE FALCON and most of the expected Shorebirds. Conspicuously absent were any Turnstones. We had several RING-BILLED GULLS as well as CALIFORNIA, WESTERN, and HEERMANN’S.

At the harbor mouth, and beach we enjoyed scores of ELEGANT TERNS, all three CORMORANTS, a PARASITIC JAEGER doing its thing off the beach, and a SNOWY PLOVER. There were quite a few WHIMBREL as well. We also found a fresh-looking SOOTY SHEARWATER carcass. A single mostly alternate COMMON LOON, and a COMMON MURRE were also found off the beach.

Moonglow was less birdy than we had hoped, but several folks reported seeing two Pectoral Sandpipers. Visible to everyone were a small group of GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GEESE and a single “Aleutian” CACKLING GOOSE. A distant flock of AMERICAN WHITE PELICANS showed up.

A lunch stop at the Elkhorn Slough visitors center produced our only WESTERN BLUEBIRDS of the day.

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Date: 10/14/18 12:25 pm
From: Michael Bolte <mjbolte...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: East Meadow update
Thanks for staying on this Lee!

It would be useful to have links to these statements:

"The East Meadow portion of the new student housing proposal is a
last-minute change to a major project. It places 5% of the total proposed
housing on a 13 acre parcel at the intersection of Coolidge and Hagar Drs,
adjacent to "protected land" of the campus's Natural Reserve.
-- UCSC's own Design Advisory Board unanimously opposes using the East
Meadow location from the proposed project.
-- The former Campus Architect, Frank Zwart, has written a detailed
critique opposing the project and refuting the campus's claims about
appropriate use of the space.
-- Leadership of the UCSC Foundation and the Alumni Associate, with dozens
of other campus leaders signing on, have written a lengthy and detailed
statement in opposition to using the East Meadow site.
-- The campus has a ready alternative, called the East Campus Infill, a
major housing project approved in 2008, which the campus abandoned and
refuses to revive."

On Sun, Oct 14, 2018 at 12:03 PM Lee Jaffe <leejaffe54...> wrote:

>
> Below is a follow-up message regarding UCSC's plans for construction on
> the East Meadow. Note that a new EIR has been released, with a Nov. 1
> deadline for comments. Apparently, the new EIR resets the comment process:
> if you submitted comments in response to the earlier draft, they will no
> longer move forward as part of the decision-making process. You need to
> submit new comments in order to be heard as part of the next phase.
>
> There are public meetings scheduled for Oct. 23rd (Louden Nelson) and 24th
> (UCSC's Kresge Town Hall). It would be very helpful if someone from the
> birding community could be at these meetings. At one of the meetings last
> spring, a student made dismissive comments about the East Meadow being
> "empty" space, which a birder eloquently rebutted. I can't make it to the
> meeting on the 23rd, so I'm hoping someone else can be there and is willing
> to respond in a similar fashion.
>
> There are things we can do. Notably, the local birding community is in
> the best position to document at-risk bird species in the vicinity. The
> new EIR still claims that the project does not pose significant harm to
> "biological resources." Their wildlife survey found no recent evidence of
> protected bird species in the area. However, Burrowing Owls have recently
> returned to the East Meadow and other protected species have been observed
> hunting there in the past month. https://ebird.org/hotspot/L2716357
> (see recent Checklists: https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S48827141 and
> https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S48955832) There may be other burrows
> near (or even within) the proposed building site. It is important we
> document them ASAP to head off any harm to these birds. If you have a
> chance to bird the East Meadow and can document what you find, that can
> make a difference in the outcome.
>
> More generally, spread the word. Even those who were aware of the plan
> last springand responded to the first EIR may not know that the plan has
> been rebooted and is now on track for formal approval. Those who responded
> to the EIR in the spring need to resubmit their comments in order to be
> heard as part of the current review process.
>
> If you haven't already signed the petition, sign it now. And get your
> friends, family, colleagues and all your social media contacts to sign. As
> it stands, the petition has more than 70,000 signatures, but is still short
> of the 75,000 target. Even if you are out of the area, your signature can
> count.
>
> If everyone tells 5 people and they tell 5 people ....
>
> To those who are unsure of the issues raised ...
>
> -- The East Meadow portion of the new student housing proposal is a
> last-minute change to a major project. It places 5% of the total proposed
> housing on a 13 acre parcel at the intersection of Coolidge and Hagar Drs,
> adjacent to "protected land" of the campus's Natural Reserve.
> -- UCSC's own Design Advisory Board unanimously opposes using the East
> Meadow location from the proposed project.
> -- The former Campus Architect, Frank Zwart, has written a detailed
> critique opposing the project and refuting the campus's claims about
> appropriate use of the space.
> -- Leadership of the UCSC Foundation and the Alumni Associate, with
> dozens of other campus leaders signing on, have written a lengthy and
> detailed statement in opposition to using the East Meadow site.
> -- The campus has a ready alternative, called the East Campus Infill, a
> major housing project approved in 2008, which the campus abandoned and
> refuses to revive.
>
> There are more details in the letter from the East Meadow Action Committee
> (and the attached statement) below. There are links to the EMAC site, to
> the petition, and to the campus planning documents.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Lee Jaffe
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
>
> October 11th2018
>
>
>
> *An Update from the East Meadow Action Committee (EMAC)*
>
>
>
> During the late summer, there were no new developments in the University’s
> “Student Housing West” project. On September 17,ththe administration
> released a newly revised DEIR (Draft Environmental Impact Report) and began
> a new 45-day comment period.
>
>
>
> The project as described in this newly released document is essentially
> the same, with building in the East Meadow retained. Some changes have been
> made to the West campus structures, lowering their height somewhat but not
> reducing the number of beds. Cosmetic grading changes in the East Meadow
> portion, and discussion of an augmented number of alternative sites are the
> other significant changes.
>
>
>
> EMAC is studying the very long and complex document, working to prepare a
> revised comment by November 1st, the deadline for responses. *We urge
> everyone who has previously submitted a comment to re-submit, and if
> appropriate, revise, their text. The University will not respond to prior
> comments, but only to comments on the latest DEIR.*
>
>
>
> Two public meetings have been scheduled for week-after-next (see details
> below). We don’t see these as opportunities to change the University
> administration’s mind, since every indication is that it is fully committed
> to its plan. But we hope that as many people as possible who are concerned
> about the project and especially by its careless development of the East
> Meadow will attend and be heard. It’s important for the University and the
> general public to know that resistance to their ill-conceived project has
> not waned.
>
>
>
> Going forward, during the months of November and December, the University
> will prepare formal responses to the many critical comments it will
> certainly receive. A final document will then be prepared for submission to
> the UC Regents at their January meeting. EMAC and its allies among UCSC’s
> Alumni and Trustee groups are strategizing to find ways to influence the
> Regents decision. (We will inform you of how to register your opinion in a
> future update.)
>
>
>
> If the final proposal is approved in January, anyone who wishes to begin
> litigation to stop the project has thirty days to do so. EMAC and at least
> two other groups are currently engaged in consultations with lawyers. But
> no decision on legal action is possible until the final proposal can be
> analyzed and the Regents have acted.
>
>
>
> According to the present plan, bulldozers will begin work in the meadow in
> June.
>
>
>
> The current Draft Environmental Impact Report is available for download at
>
> https://ppc.ucsc.edu/planning/EnvDoc.html (bottom of page). It is a very
> long and sometimes technical document. EMAC recommends special attention to
> the section on alternative sites (section 5.0 of volume one), which lays
> out seven alternatives to the proposed project, all of which spare the East
> Meadow, and 5 of which provide just as much new housing for students as
> does the administration’s proposed housing.
>
>
>
> From all the possibilities, the University has chosen the least
> responsible option. This is not simply because it sacrifices the meadow for
> the sake of a very small number of student beds (less than 5% of all the
> beds proposed for the entire project), a wasteful use of a precious campus
> resource. It also delays the alleviation of the current crisis by bundling
> most of the needed student housing into a single massive complex. Several
> of the alternatives in the DEIR would be more flexible and could bring new
> housing to campus sooner. As documented on the EMAC website (
> eastmeadowaction.org), in June several of these alternatives were
> proposed to the Administration by knowledgeable campus planners
> representing the UCSC Trustees and EMAC. But apparently to no avail.
>
>
>
> The current intolerable overcrowding in campus residence halls was created
> by Administration mismanagement (see the attached Press Release, also
> posted on the EMAC site). Over the last decade we have seen a relentless
> expansion of enrollments ahead of resources. Now 3000 new beds are being
> proposed, less than a 1000 of which would be needed to alleviate current
> overcrowding and to satisfy the 2008 agreement with the City to provide
> on-campus housing. Evidently, the large scale of the project reflects not
> an efficient response to the present crisis but rather an anticipation of
> student growth in the future. So far, the University has shown no
> interest in limiting enrollments or pausing to repair damage before
> continuing to make the housing crisis worse.
>
>
>
> Common sense would dictate that future projects of this scale should be
> undertaken with broad consultation and in the context of transparent
> long-term planning. A new Long-Range Development Plan (LRDP) is currently
> under discussion, a process that will necessarily include negotiations with
> the City. In this context, “Student Housing West” looks like a hurried,
> careless undertaking.
>
>
>
> The project in its current form should be resisted. We need to convince
> the Regents and the University Administration to turn to more flexible and
> effective alternative responses to the current housing situation.
>
>
>
> *Important information for current action.*
>
>
>
> Public Comment Opportunities
>
>
>
> *Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, 6:30-8:30 PM*
> Louden Nelson Community Center, 301 Center St. Santa Cruz, CA
> <https://maps.google.com/?q=301+Center+St.+Santa+Cruz,+CA&entry=gmail&source=g>
>
> *Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018, 5-7 PM*
> Kresge Town Hall, 510 Porter-Kresge Rd
> <https://maps.google.com/?q=510+Porter-Kresge+Rd&entry=gmail&source=g>.,
> UC Santa Cruz main campus
>
> Written comments on the Revised Draft EIR may be submitted to: Director of
> Campus Planning, UC Santa Cruz, Physical Planning & Construction, 1156
> High St <https://maps.google.com/?q=1156+High+St&entry=gmail&source=g>,
> Mailstop: PPDO, Santa Cruz, CA 95064, or via email to <eircomment...>
> The comment period closes on Thursday, November 1, 2018, at 5:00 PM.
>
> Link to revised Draft EIR is at https://ppc.ucsc.edu/planning/EnvDoc.html at
> bottom of page. 1600 pp.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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Date: 10/14/18 12:03 pm
From: Lee Jaffe <leejaffe54...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: East Meadow update
Below is a follow-up message regarding UCSC's plans for construction on the
East Meadow. Note that a new EIR has been released, with a Nov. 1 deadline
for comments. Apparently, the new EIR resets the comment process: if you
submitted comments in response to the earlier draft, they will no longer
move forward as part of the decision-making process. You need to submit
new comments in order to be heard as part of the next phase.

There are public meetings scheduled for Oct. 23rd (Louden Nelson) and 24th
(UCSC's Kresge Town Hall). It would be very helpful if someone from the
birding community could be at these meetings. At one of the meetings last
spring, a student made dismissive comments about the East Meadow being
"empty" space, which a birder eloquently rebutted. I can't make it to the
meeting on the 23rd, so I'm hoping someone else can be there and is willing
to respond in a similar fashion.

There are things we can do. Notably, the local birding community is in the
best position to document at-risk bird species in the vicinity. The new
EIR still claims that the project does not pose significant harm to
"biological resources." Their wildlife survey found no recent evidence of
protected bird species in the area. However, Burrowing Owls have recently
returned to the East Meadow and other protected species have been observed
hunting there in the past month. https://ebird.org/hotspot/L2716357 (see
recent Checklists: https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S48827141 and
https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S48955832) There may be other burrows
near (or even within) the proposed building site. It is important we
document them ASAP to head off any harm to these birds. If you have a
chance to bird the East Meadow and can document what you find, that can
make a difference in the outcome.

More generally, spread the word. Even those who were aware of the plan
last springand responded to the first EIR may not know that the plan has
been rebooted and is now on track for formal approval. Those who responded
to the EIR in the spring need to resubmit their comments in order to be
heard as part of the current review process.

If you haven't already signed the petition, sign it now. And get your
friends, family, colleagues and all your social media contacts to sign. As
it stands, the petition has more than 70,000 signatures, but is still short
of the 75,000 target. Even if you are out of the area, your signature can
count.

If everyone tells 5 people and they tell 5 people ....

To those who are unsure of the issues raised ...

-- The East Meadow portion of the new student housing proposal is a
last-minute change to a major project. It places 5% of the total proposed
housing on a 13 acre parcel at the intersection of Coolidge and Hagar Drs,
adjacent to "protected land" of the campus's Natural Reserve.
-- UCSC's own Design Advisory Board unanimously opposes using the East
Meadow location from the proposed project.
-- The former Campus Architect, Frank Zwart, has written a detailed
critique opposing the project and refuting the campus's claims about
appropriate use of the space.
-- Leadership of the UCSC Foundation and the Alumni Associate, with dozens
of other campus leaders signing on, have written a lengthy and detailed
statement in opposition to using the East Meadow site.
-- The campus has a ready alternative, called the East Campus Infill, a
major housing project approved in 2008, which the campus abandoned and
refuses to revive.

There are more details in the letter from the East Meadow Action Committee
(and the attached statement) below. There are links to the EMAC site, to
the petition, and to the campus planning documents.

Thanks,

Lee Jaffe

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October 11th2018



*An Update from the East Meadow Action Committee (EMAC)*



During the late summer, there were no new developments in the University’s
“Student Housing West” project. On September 17,ththe administration
released a newly revised DEIR (Draft Environmental Impact Report) and began
a new 45-day comment period.



The project as described in this newly released document is essentially the
same, with building in the East Meadow retained. Some changes have been
made to the West campus structures, lowering their height somewhat but not
reducing the number of beds. Cosmetic grading changes in the East Meadow
portion, and discussion of an augmented number of alternative sites are the
other significant changes.



EMAC is studying the very long and complex document, working to prepare a
revised comment by November 1st, the deadline for responses. *We urge
everyone who has previously submitted a comment to re-submit, and if
appropriate, revise, their text. The University will not respond to prior
comments, but only to comments on the latest DEIR.*



Two public meetings have been scheduled for week-after-next (see details
below). We don’t see these as opportunities to change the University
administration’s mind, since every indication is that it is fully committed
to its plan. But we hope that as many people as possible who are concerned
about the project and especially by its careless development of the East
Meadow will attend and be heard. It’s important for the University and the
general public to know that resistance to their ill-conceived project has
not waned.



Going forward, during the months of November and December, the University
will prepare formal responses to the many critical comments it will
certainly receive. A final document will then be prepared for submission to
the UC Regents at their January meeting. EMAC and its allies among UCSC’s
Alumni and Trustee groups are strategizing to find ways to influence the
Regents decision. (We will inform you of how to register your opinion in a
future update.)



If the final proposal is approved in January, anyone who wishes to begin
litigation to stop the project has thirty days to do so. EMAC and at least
two other groups are currently engaged in consultations with lawyers. But
no decision on legal action is possible until the final proposal can be
analyzed and the Regents have acted.



According to the present plan, bulldozers will begin work in the meadow in
June.



The current Draft Environmental Impact Report is available for download at

https://ppc.ucsc.edu/planning/EnvDoc.html (bottom of page). It is a very
long and sometimes technical document. EMAC recommends special attention to
the section on alternative sites (section 5.0 of volume one), which lays
out seven alternatives to the proposed project, all of which spare the East
Meadow, and 5 of which provide just as much new housing for students as
does the administration’s proposed housing.



From all the possibilities, the University has chosen the least responsible
option. This is not simply because it sacrifices the meadow for the sake of
a very small number of student beds (less than 5% of all the beds proposed
for the entire project), a wasteful use of a precious campus resource. It
also delays the alleviation of the current crisis by bundling most of the
needed student housing into a single massive complex. Several of the
alternatives in the DEIR would be more flexible and could bring new housing
to campus sooner. As documented on the EMAC website (eastmeadowaction.org),
in June several of these alternatives were proposed to the Administration
by knowledgeable campus planners representing the UCSC Trustees and EMAC.
But apparently to no avail.



The current intolerable overcrowding in campus residence halls was created
by Administration mismanagement (see the attached Press Release, also
posted on the EMAC site). Over the last decade we have seen a relentless
expansion of enrollments ahead of resources. Now 3000 new beds are being
proposed, less than a 1000 of which would be needed to alleviate current
overcrowding and to satisfy the 2008 agreement with the City to provide
on-campus housing. Evidently, the large scale of the project reflects not
an efficient response to the present crisis but rather an anticipation of
student growth in the future. So far, the University has shown no interest
in limiting enrollments or pausing to repair damage before continuing to
make the housing crisis worse.



Common sense would dictate that future projects of this scale should be
undertaken with broad consultation and in the context of transparent
long-term planning. A new Long-Range Development Plan (LRDP) is currently
under discussion, a process that will necessarily include negotiations with
the City. In this context, “Student Housing West” looks like a hurried,
careless undertaking.



The project in its current form should be resisted. We need to convince the
Regents and the University Administration to turn to more flexible and
effective alternative responses to the current housing situation.



*Important information for current action.*



Public Comment Opportunities



*Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, 6:30-8:30 PM*
Louden Nelson Community Center, 301 Center St. Santa Cruz, CA
<https://maps.google.com/?q=301+Center+St.+Santa+Cruz,+CA&entry=gmail&source=g>

*Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018, 5-7 PM*
Kresge Town Hall, 510 Porter-Kresge Rd
<https://maps.google.com/?q=510+Porter-Kresge+Rd&entry=gmail&source=g>., UC
Santa Cruz main campus

Written comments on the Revised Draft EIR may be submitted to: Director of
Campus Planning, UC Santa Cruz, Physical Planning & Construction, 1156 High
St <https://maps.google.com/?q=1156+High+St&entry=gmail&source=g>,
Mailstop: PPDO, Santa Cruz, CA 95064, or via email to <eircomment...>
The comment period closes on Thursday, November 1, 2018, at 5:00 PM.

Link to revised Draft EIR is at https://ppc.ucsc.edu/planning/EnvDoc.html at
bottom of page. 1600 pp.

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Date: 10/13/18 11:08 am
From: Heidi Sandkuhle <mrskuhle...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] pileated
Oh happy day!
Just had a Pileated woodpecker in the yard for a new yard bird.
Heidi Sandkuhle
Corralitos/Watsonville

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Date: 10/13/18 9:54 am
From: Pete Sole <pete...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] FOS Garden Fox Sparrow
Hi birders,

Checking the front garden this morning, I noticed an LBJ scratching it's
way down to the Indian Ocean, in deep shadow under a shrub. Looking more
closely with binocs revealed a Sooty FOX SPARROW. I think of them coming
into the garden, a little later in the year but I guess the chup, chup
calls I'd been hearing, were it.

Along with the garden GOLDEN CROWNED SPARROWS, I guess our wintering
sparrows are settling in.

Good birding,

Pete Sole

Yonder in Soquel





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Date: 10/12/18 7:20 pm
From: Kent <kentjohnson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Chasing around Monterey
At Laguna Grande early this morning I was able to find the YELLOW-GREEN VIREO on the Virgin Ave. side, near the trail that goes up toward the intersection of Virgin and Grant. A little further toward west I encountered a YELLOW-BREASTED CHAT, within about a foot of where I first saw the bird that spent much of last fall (and winter?) there.


At the Carmel River mouth I (and other birders) saw the NORTHERN WATERTHRUSH and BLACKBURNIAN WARBLER that were found yesterday. No sign of the Blue-winged Warbler or Blue-headed Vireo.


At Crespi Pond a NASHVILLE WARBLER was being chased by an Orange-crowned Warbler, but I did not see the Tropical Kingbird or Blackpoll Warbler seen there recently.


Kent Johnson

Boulder Creek

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Date: 10/11/18 1:11 pm
From: Eric Feuss <ericfeuss...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Black-headed Grosbeak (Hatch-year Male) in Soquel
Just for the record, there was a Black-headed Grosbeak, Hatch-year Male, in
my yard this morning around 10:30 AM.



I am not sure how long it was around, but it gave an alarm call (sharp Eeek)
multiple times from top of the willow in yard, alerting me to its presence.
It allowed my 3-4 minutes good look in good light, before flying off over
roof and away.



Happy Birding,

Eric Feuss, Soquel

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Date: 10/10/18 6:29 pm
From: 'Bill Hill' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler
Here is another shot of the Blue-winged Warbler continuing at the Carmel River

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Date: 10/10/18 6:09 pm
From: Alexander Gaguine <gaguine...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Black-throated Gray Warbler at Bethany Curve
Around noon there was at least one Black-throated Gray Warbler at Bethany Curve walkway (cross-street Alta) in Santa Cruz, part of a big mixed flock. Also a couple Orange-crowned Warblers.
Alexander

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Date: 10/10/18 5:23 pm
From: 'Kent Van Vuren' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler photo
Hi all,

Here is a photo of the Blue-winged Warbler being seen at the Carmel River
recently.

"https://www.flickr.com/photos/groucho_24/44324247015/in/dateposted-public/" title="Blue-winged Warbler, Carmel River, Carmel, CA 10-09-18”


Kent Van Vuren
Prunedale, CA

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Date: 10/10/18 4:34 pm
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
A further update on Carmel River mouth birds from today: I am aware that there were birders present from very early until about 1 p.m. The Blue-winged Warbler continues and was seen several times, usually with a big flock, from about 100m to 300m downstream of Carmel River Inn. As always it was very active, tending to "bury" itself into creek dogwood, and never stayed very long. The Blue-headed Vireo was found very briefly twice, about 200m downstream of the Inn, with a flock, by only a couple for the birders present. A Black-and-white Warbler was also seen by some at that spot (a new arrival, we guess). Of interest to locals were the presence of at least 5-6 flocks of "Aleutian" Cackling Geese, one of them as large as 108 geese, all heading north over the river on this mostly overcast day. The total of all the flocks involved at least 193 Aleutian Geese.

Don Roberson
Pacific Grove CA
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Date: 10/9/18 4:21 pm
From: Larry Corridon <larry961357...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: Preferred days and times for next SCBC Board Mtg
I’m good with all dates, also. FYI, the 10th and 11th are part of the veterans day holiday weekend.

> On Oct 9, 2018, at 13:29, Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...> wrote:
>
> Ditto squared
>
> On Tue, Oct 9, 2018 at 10:39 AM Phil Brown <pdpbrown...> <mailto:<pdpbrown...>> wrote:
> ditto, Phil
>
> On Tue, Oct 9, 2018 at 9:59 AM Ketury Stein <ketury...> <mailto:<ketury...>> wrote:
> All those dates are fine with me (Nov 3, 4, 10, 11).
> As for times, I prefer afternoons, but any time is fine.
>
> Kitty
>
> On Tue, Oct 9, 2018 at 7:06 AM Lisa Sheridan <trotrider...> <mailto:<trotrider...>> wrote:
> Hi All,
> “Vote response needed from this email”
>
> We are a busy group of people.
> We will try again to get a meeting in November. This month seems to be disappearing fast and we still have the social and silent auction to promote.
>
> Next meeting options are Nov 3,4,10,11.
> Please send me your preferred days and times.
>
> A formal vote from the board is needed on whether to end the “hard copy” printed edition of the Albatross. We Have calculated that approximately $14.00 of each current membership dues of $20.00 goes toward this cost. As discussed at the meeting there are other expenses and areas of conservation interest we could spend this money on.
>
> Our editor has also expressed that having two different formats of the Albatross for printing and an on-line version are extremely time consuming as well as the actual work involved to get the printed copies mailed and this has become a burden.
>
> For these reasons I ask you to vote “yea” or “nay” to end the printed copy of the Albatross. The last version would be at Lisa Larson’s discretion before Spring of 2019.
>
> Please Respond by Friday October 12, 2018 by 5:00p.m. With your vote.
>
> Reply ALL!
>
> Thank you,
> Lisa Sheridan
>
>
>
>
> Www.lisasheridanphotography.com <http://www.lisasheridanphotography.com/>

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Date: 10/9/18 9:39 am
From: dwbirdster <dwbirdster...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler and Blue- headed Vireo on Carmel River in Monterey County
Both birds seen well early this morning Oct 9. About 200 yds downstream from the Carmel River Inn in Carmel. Thanks to Carole Rose and Don Roberson for their detailed directions. See posts to Mbbirds on Sialia.com. As they suggest, waterproof boots would be helpful. The warbler has yellowish wing bars - first fall female?


Dave Weber,Milpitas
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Date: 10/9/18 8:19 am
From: 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Invitation to SCBC Social and silent auction October 25th.
Dear MBB,


OPEN your invitation.........
To the Santa Cruz Bird Club 2nd Annual Social and Silent Auction of Bird Art!


-Just in case, some of you are still not members of the Santa Cruz Bird Club and would like
to join the club its a mere ($20.00) www.santacruzbirdclub.org/


Looking forward to meeting many of you in real-time and not just on the internet.


We would love to see you in person but please contact me if you have any questions.




Best,
Lisa Sheridan (Santa Cruz Bird Club President)
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Date: 10/8/18 8:28 pm
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
P.S. I also gave pretty explicit directions to the Blue-winged Warbler (BWWA) in the "general comments" section of my eBird list at
https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S49059436

The "catbird stick" is a large bare stick embedded in the riverbed at the spot a Gray Catbird was present for a month in late Aug-September. This is about 100m downstream of the Carmel River Inn. The BWWA spot starts 100m downstream of that and goes for 100m. More details in the checklist. Essentially, the BWWA was about halfway between the Hwy 1 bridge and the green pipe. Apparently the BHVI also moved a lot, from the BWWA location and then upstream to the vicinity of Carmel River Inn.

Don


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Date: 10/8/18 8:06 pm
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
> not revegetated

is a typo, should read "now revegetated"


Don Roberson
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Date: 10/8/18 8:05 pm
From: Don Roberson <creagrus...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
MBB -- I've posted this page to MBB at least 4 times in the past. Here it is again
http://creagrus.home.montereybay.com/MTYsitesCRm2.html

The cross-hatched area in the second map on the page is the "restricted access" Odello area... once the Odello artichoke fields, not revegetated ... for which a pass to enter is required.

Nothing about the Carmel River riverbed is any different that in my book, "Monterey Birds 2d ed.," with public access under both sides of the Hwy 1 bridge. As in the old days, the homeless still camp there so it is less than a happy access area. There is also access via Rio Park, behind the Carmel mission, under the north end of the "green pipe." That is the safest and most general. More recently, as Carole describes tonight, there is limited access -- for individual, not for groups -- through Carmel River Inn property. This is new and could be revoked if there were too many folks using it. For this reason, this has not been publicized. Parking, as Carole says, is on Oliver, which is accessed off Rio Road. Again, this is temporary and new and not generally known.

In most recent years, the outflow of Carmel River dams have raised the water level in fall so high that one got wet even in rubber boots. This year, for reasons unknown, the water level is low. Rubber boots still required but mostly one walks on sand.

Because these conditions change year to year, and sometimes month to month, there is no easy way to describe this to the public and, in fact, given that knee-high rubber boots are required, it is not recommended for the casual birder. Because of all these changes to the birding area -- much more limited access, boots required, no access to Odello without permit -- this is no longer publicized on the broadscale statewide list-servs. It is a function of changing conditions in a changing world.

Thanks, Don

Don Roberson
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Date: 10/8/18 7:30 pm
From: Carole Rose <clrose413...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
A Blue-winged Warbler and a Blue-headed Vireo were seen today in the Carmel
Riverbed which is not restricted access but is adjacent to the restricted
access area. The riverbed does have wet areas and water boots are nice to
have to keep your feet dry and out of the mucky pools of water. Parking- it
is best to turn onto Rio Rd and then onto Oliver Rd and park where it bends
and changes names to Fisher Dr. Walk towards the Carmel River Inn and
behind the pool area is a path that leads to the river. Shortly downstream
is the area where the BWWA and BHVI were seen. Hard to say where they will
be tomorrow. The BWWA was not with a flock. The BHVI did seem to be with a
flock. Many of us in Monterey just report to eBird and do not report
directly to MBB. I personally keep up to date on rarities for Santa Cruz by
using the eBird rare bird alert feature. Hope this helps.
Carole Rose


On Mon, Oct 8, 2018 at 6:28 PM Earl Lebow <hawkowl...> wrote:

> Am I missing something?Is there a reason why this has not been reported on
> MBB? A Blue-Winged Warbler is very rare bird for either Monterey or Santa
> Cruz County. So would appreciate detailed information about this rarity on
> MBB for everyone who might be interested. Thanks for the heads up Dave.
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On Oct 8, 2018, at 6:16 PM, dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> wrote:
>
> One report gives location as downstream of the Carmel River Inn. Map
> pointers on ebird point to a spot on a trail paralleling the Carmel River.
> Ebird location is called river mouth/riparian and or restricted access
> Odello. For those not in the Monterey Birders inner circle, 1) is access
> restricted? 2) if not, what is the approx location(ie yds from...,
> landmarks, etc) and what is the best access? 3) what does restricted access
> Odello mean?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Dave Weber,
> Milpitas
> By phone
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Date: 10/8/18 6:36 pm
From: Matthew Coale <matthewcoale02...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Ospray
A nice view today of three OSPREY over the east Harbor and 6th Ave.
Carmel and 7th Ave. I have seen a return of an osprey to the harbor area
in the last few weeks. But today was the first time I have seen three
with quite a bit of calling. One looking much like a juvenile. No sign
of the wintering Peregrine just yet.

Matthew Coale
Santa Cruz

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Date: 10/8/18 6:28 pm
From: Earl Lebow <hawkowl...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
Am I missing something?Is there a reason why this has not been reported on MBB? A Blue-Winged Warbler is very rare bird for either Monterey or Santa Cruz County. So would appreciate detailed information about this rarity on MBB for everyone who might be interested. Thanks for the heads up Dave.

Sent from my iPhone

> On Oct 8, 2018, at 6:16 PM, dwbirdster <dwbirdster...> wrote:
>
> One report gives location as downstream of the Carmel River Inn. Map pointers on ebird point to a spot on a trail paralleling the Carmel River. Ebird location is called river mouth/riparian and or restricted access Odello. For those not in the Monterey Birders inner circle, 1) is access restricted? 2) if not, what is the approx location(ie yds from..., landmarks, etc) and what is the best access? 3) what does restricted access Odello mean?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Dave Weber,
> Milpitas
> By phone
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Date: 10/8/18 6:16 pm
From: dwbirdster <dwbirdster...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Blue-winged Warbler RFI
One report gives location as downstream of the Carmel River Inn. Map pointers on ebird point to a spot on a trail paralleling the Carmel River. Ebird location is called river mouth/riparian and or restricted access Odello. For those not in the Monterey Birders inner circle, 1) is access restricted? 2) if not, what is the approx location(ie yds from..., landmarks, etc) and what is the best access? 3) what does restricted access Odello mean?
Thanks,
Dave Weber,Milpitas
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Date: 10/8/18 11:48 am
From: DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] OCT. 6: REPORT WITH KITTIWAKE
Howdy, MBB Birders,

This is a report for Shearwater Journeys’ October 6, 2018 pelagic trip departing from Monterey’s Fisherman’s Wharf. Due to the impending marine forecast calling for gusts to 40 knots, our captain canceled the October 7 pelagic trip which was scheduled to depart from Half Moon Bay as previously announced.

The morning dawned bright red at the harbor in Monterey on October 6, making for some beautiful sunrise photographs. “Red sky in the morning, sailor’s warning.” A BALD EAGLE flew over the harbor while I was doing the orientation.

We put the pedal to the metal and immediately headed north for offshore Davenport where we would have some protection once the wind picked up. We had views of a PIGEON GUILLEMOT and some BLACK-VENTED SHEARWATERS, first. We crossed the border into Santa Cruz County at 10:30 a.m., almost a record early time.

En route, and in both Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties, we enjoyed close views of BLACK-FOOTED ALBATROSS, NORTHERN FULMAR; PINK-FOOTED, SOOTY, and BULLER’S SHEARWATERS; one ASHY STORM-PETREL; RED and RED-NECKED PHALAROPES; POMARINE and PARASITIC JAEGERS; COMMON MURRES; one CASSIN’S and lots of RHINOCEROS AUKLETS.

A great time was had with the first of the season for all of California (according to eBird) BLACK-LEGGED KITTIWAKE and 2 SOUTH POLAR SKUAS. The kittiwake crossed the county line and thus was recorded for both counties. One skua was found in each county. They were attracted to the flock of gulls following our vessel. Lots of great images of the kittiwake were made by the many photographers on board.

We turned tail from the wind in the early afternoon and made our way back to the harbor in a following sea.

Marine mammals included half a dozen RISSO’S DOLPHINS in the morning, 2 DALL’S PORPOISE and a baker’s dozen of HUMPBACK WHALES, some breaching and tail-lobbing.

NOAA is forecasting a southerly surge for tomorrow from Hurricane Sergio. This could bring more seabirds from the south to Monterey Bay by the end of the week, possibly boobies, more Black-vented Shearwaters, murrelets, or just about any warm water seabird— from tropicbird to Wedge-tailed Shearwater. This Saturday’s trip could be very interesting.

Upcoming trips with spaces available, both departures from Fisherman’s Wharf, Monterey:
SAT. OCT. 13 with Scott & Linda Terrill, Alex Rinkert, Nick Levendosky, Debi Shearwater
SUN. OCT. 21 with Alex Rinkert, Nick Levendosky, Jim Holmes, Debi Shearwater

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Seabirding for Science,
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Date: 10/7/18 7:01 pm
From: David Apgar <d_apgar...>
Subject: RE: [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement
In 20 years I never saw this detailed a solo overflight report in the national capital area.

David

On Oct 7, 2018 6:10 PM, Alex Rinkert <arinkert12...> wrote:

The movement continued strong for a while after I sent the previous message. In the 2.5 hours I observed, 7-9:30 AM, I had the following fly east over my urban backyard in Seabright:



7 Killdeer

2 Sharp-shinned Hawk

3 American Pipit

55 Cedar Waxwing

1 Lawrence’s Goldfinch

3 American Goldfinch

19 Savannah Sparrow

27 Western Meadowlark

42 Tricolored Blackbird

131 Red-winged/Tricolored Blackbird (probably mostly Trikes)

48 Brewer’s Blackbird

40 Blackbird sp.

123 Yellow-rumped Warbler (66 Yellow-rumped, 55 Audubon’s, 2 Myrtle)

5 Townsend’s Warbler



Such a list could be mistaken for one from a north coast ag field! https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S49029003



Two VAUX’S SWIFTS flying east were the only notable birds at Tyrrell Park. The San Lorenzo River mouth and nearshore waters were covered in gulls. I estimated 4,800 in the area but did not have time to thoroughly sort through for anything unusual.


The most remarkable movement today was actually made by dragonflies. In the first few hours of light I was seeing an occasional Variegated Meadowhawk or Common Green Darner flying east—not too unusual for this time of year. But when the temperature rose to the high 70s around 9:45 AM there were suddenly dragonflies everywhere. And I mean everywhere. There were dozens, sometimes hundreds, of dragonflies visible everywhere on the Westside and Seabright area, and almost all were flying east. The vast majority of those identified were Variegated Meadowhawks, but about 1% were Common Green Darners, Black Saddlebags, and gliders. I would not be surprised if other species, specifically other meadowhawks, were mixed in. Randy Wardle and I hawkwatched from Lighthouse Community Garden for 1.5 hours and had about 5,400 dragonflies fly right past us. This count was only of those visible with the naked eye, which were those flying up to 30 meters away. If the movement was as uniform as it seemed, this would mean tens of millions of dragonflies flew over coastal Santa Cruz today.



Alex Rinkert

Santa Cruz



From: <mbbirds...> [mailto:<mbbirds...>] On Behalf Of Alex Rinkert
Sent: Sunday, October 7, 2018 8:17 AM
To: <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement



Good morning



There's been a good movement of birds this morning. In the last hour I've had the following flying east over Seabright:



95 Yellow-rumped Warblers

6 Western Meadowlarks

9 Savannah Sparrows

40 Brewer's Blackbirds

Cedar Waxwings, Townsend's Warblers, and others



And as I was writing this a Lawrence's Goldfinch flew over.



Alex Rinkert

Santa Cruz





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Date: 10/7/18 6:23 pm
From: 'Donald Glasco' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement
Reference dragonflies, we saw a few during pelagic trip today, about 10 m offshore

Sent from my iPhone

> On Oct 7, 2018, at 6:10 PM, Alex Rinkert <arinkert12...> wrote:
>
> The movement continued strong for a while after I sent the previous message. In the 2.5 hours I observed, 7-9:30 AM, I had the following fly east over my urban backyard in Seabright:
>
> 7 Killdeer
> 2 Sharp-shinned Hawk
> 3 American Pipit
> 55 Cedar Waxwing
> 1 Lawrence’s Goldfinch
> 3 American Goldfinch
> 19 Savannah Sparrow
> 27 Western Meadowlark
> 42 Tricolored Blackbird
> 131 Red-winged/Tricolored Blackbird (probably mostly Trikes)
> 48 Brewer’s Blackbird
> 40 Blackbird sp.
> 123 Yellow-rumped Warbler (66 Yellow-rumped, 55 Audubon’s, 2 Myrtle)
> 5 Townsend’s Warbler
>
> Such a list could be mistaken for one from a north coast ag field! https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S49029003
>
> Two VAUX’S SWIFTS flying east were the only notable birds at Tyrrell Park. The San Lorenzo River mouth and nearshore waters were covered in gulls. I estimated 4,800 in the area but did not have time to thoroughly sort through for anything unusual.
>
> The most remarkable movement today was actually made by dragonflies. In the first few hours of light I was seeing an occasional Variegated Meadowhawk or Common Green Darner flying east—not too unusual for this time of year. But when the temperature rose to the high 70s around 9:45 AM there were suddenly dragonflies everywhere. And I mean everywhere. There were dozens, sometimes hundreds, of dragonflies visible everywhere on the Westside and Seabright area, and almost all were flying east. The vast majority of those identified were Variegated Meadowhawks, but about 1% were Common Green Darners, Black Saddlebags, and gliders. I would not be surprised if other species, specifically other meadowhawks, were mixed in. Randy Wardle and I hawkwatched from Lighthouse Community Garden for 1.5 hours and had about 5,400 dragonflies fly right past us. This count was only of those visible with the naked eye, which were those flying up to 30 meters away. If the movement was as uniform as it seemed, this would mean tens of millions of dragonflies flew over coastal Santa Cruz today.
>
> Alex Rinkert
> Santa Cruz
>
> From: <mbbirds...> [mailto:<mbbirds...>] On Behalf Of Alex Rinkert
> Sent: Sunday, October 7, 2018 8:17 AM
> To: <mbbirds...>
> Subject: [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement
>
> Good morning
>
> There's been a good movement of birds this morning. In the last hour I've had the following flying east over Seabright:
>
> 95 Yellow-rumped Warblers
> 6 Western Meadowlarks
> 9 Savannah Sparrows
> 40 Brewer's Blackbirds
> Cedar Waxwings, Townsend's Warblers, and others
>
> And as I was writing this a Lawrence's Goldfinch flew over.
>
> Alex Rinkert
> Santa Cruz
>
>
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Date: 10/7/18 6:10 pm
From: Alex Rinkert <arinkert12...>
Subject: RE: [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement
The movement continued strong for a while after I sent the previous message. In the 2.5 hours I observed, 7-9:30 AM, I had the following fly east over my urban backyard in Seabright:



7 Killdeer

2 Sharp-shinned Hawk

3 American Pipit

55 Cedar Waxwing

1 Lawrence’s Goldfinch

3 American Goldfinch

19 Savannah Sparrow

27 Western Meadowlark

42 Tricolored Blackbird

131 Red-winged/Tricolored Blackbird (probably mostly Trikes)

48 Brewer’s Blackbird

40 Blackbird sp.

123 Yellow-rumped Warbler (66 Yellow-rumped, 55 Audubon’s, 2 Myrtle)

5 Townsend’s Warbler



Such a list could be mistaken for one from a north coast ag field! https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S49029003



Two VAUX’S SWIFTS flying east were the only notable birds at Tyrrell Park. The San Lorenzo River mouth and nearshore waters were covered in gulls. I estimated 4,800 in the area but did not have time to thoroughly sort through for anything unusual.



The most remarkable movement today was actually made by dragonflies. In the first few hours of light I was seeing an occasional Variegated Meadowhawk or Common Green Darner flying east—not too unusual for this time of year. But when the temperature rose to the high 70s around 9:45 AM there were suddenly dragonflies everywhere. And I mean everywhere. There were dozens, sometimes hundreds, of dragonflies visible everywhere on the Westside and Seabright area, and almost all were flying east. The vast majority of those identified were Variegated Meadowhawks, but about 1% were Common Green Darners, Black Saddlebags, and gliders. I would not be surprised if other species, specifically other meadowhawks, were mixed in. Randy Wardle and I hawkwatched from Lighthouse Community Garden for 1.5 hours and had about 5,400 dragonflies fly right past us. This count was only of those visible with the naked eye, which were those flying up to 30 meters away. If the movement was as uniform as it seemed, this would mean tens of millions of dragonflies flew over coastal Santa Cruz today.



Alex Rinkert

Santa Cruz



From: <mbbirds...> [mailto:<mbbirds...>] On Behalf Of Alex Rinkert
Sent: Sunday, October 7, 2018 8:17 AM
To: <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement



Good morning



There's been a good movement of birds this morning. In the last hour I've had the following flying east over Seabright:



95 Yellow-rumped Warblers

6 Western Meadowlarks

9 Savannah Sparrows

40 Brewer's Blackbirds

Cedar Waxwings, Townsend's Warblers, and others



And as I was writing this a Lawrence's Goldfinch flew over.



Alex Rinkert

Santa Cruz





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Date: 10/7/18 3:53 pm
From: Blake Matheson <gypaetusbarbatus1...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Tuesday October 9, MAS Presentation
Hi Birders

This Tuesday Monterey Audubon welcomes Sahas Barve to present on his
ongoing Acorn Woodpecker research at Hastings Reserve, as well as other
subjects including the work he did on Himalayan birds while studying at the
Cornell Lab. We hope to see you there. Doors open at 7:00pm. Talk to begin
at app. 7:30 at the PG Museum of Natural History.

https://www.montereyaudubon.org/calendar-of-events/
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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.
Wilson. *

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Date: 10/7/18 3:48 pm
From: waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole from Davenport
Exact location already provided, Cliff.
Open the link.

On Sun, Oct 7, 2018 at 2:59 PM Cliff Bixler <clifford.bixler50...>
wrote:

> Exact location please.
> Cliff Bixler
>
> On Sun, Oct 7, 2018, 8:03 AM waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...>
> wrote:
>
>> Wow!
>>
>> I met and introduced Northcoaster to iNaturalist just last week.
>>
>> I can vouch for her, and unless she mislabeled the location accidentally,
>> I can’t think of any reason to suspect it’s not real.
>>
>> I’ll contact her to see if I can’t get more details.
>>
>> Christian
>>
>>
>>
>> On Sun, Oct 7, 2018 at 12:37 AM Lee Jaffe <leejaffe54...> wrote:
>>
>>> I received this note late tonight and decided I should pass this on to
>>> the list for review and possible follow up.
>>> Lee Jaffe
>>>
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
>>> From: iNaturalist.org <no-reply...>
>>> Date: Sun, Oct 7, 2018, 12:06 AM
>>> Subject: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole
>>> from Davenport
>>> To: <leejaffe54...>
>>>
>>>
>>> [image: iNaturalist.org]
>>> <https://u691963.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/click?upn=S80vYrAdZ820e0d-2FQhSoFxRG4q-2F0f3DQQNvS40TV6THstzbTE8Q3fC1gInJm-2BKqT_10N1R2FFZXy3WuZe8uzH5uX6OBGjc5Bm-2BzxDGrT63hCMhw2TdjTgXr4oFLthAX1M90xaxaXpBG1JOKS-2F0w3VG-2BeEQKCYAsTZo-2BTlyyvmSt1QxNULCwfNVqGBp6dBMdG8-2FcoAzRFw90e8p06jocKgw7amPaTxZ5b-2B7Oo56priYSuWRy8SghFyUgnmVKWxZmfzcrw8ra9TltqkZj87lawcs-2BraNcmUs1WKANqPSxp3rRdli9oEnrh1aRX6ExP-2F8iTNztiFVGKjv-2FYPNzZEPAsaJ4sDLAfJHD-2Ba8-2B5ig0JROik2vOpeqz01KvaTsv7k6ruH-2B95DtQ0K-2FIKxrVLIw4QDrA-3D-3D>
>>>
>>> nancyasquith
>>> <https://u691963.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/click?upn=BSwmz-2FBKx2FLAPBSAKLW1nvqdFcJt9xbNg-2Fe5vWnK7pV3Ejo7zoYBV2dkzmKqIllnrZZ-2BSKRHT4gpYo-2BBa6veA-3D-3D_10N1R2FFZXy3WuZe8uzH5uX6OBGjc5Bm-2BzxDGrT63hCMhw2TdjTgXr4oFLthAX1M90xaxaXpBG1JOKS-2F0w3VG-2BeEQKCYAsTZo-2BTlyyvmSt1QxNULCwfNVqGBp6dBMdG8TNipb1jFKpKDdCyOMraVQtsN6jcmdz6HhV5mjAon0n2yYawhzPUl4-2B5OPNB2fBnlI7ObPhzDFAjqkPEYPLg75qCwCXF9EoEJ3KK6-2BIWOa2f3Tr9WbWJMiEHphFSYa-2FiOLdgBrFQmfTi86q6m7k3H-2BcpyZUpMRhmkCWA1u7Rskgk-2Fe1YWlYEsWbXp6Fz63OHJQmSl3EpSvdWJOgdlsC-2FA-2FA-3D-3D>
>>> sent you a new message on iNaturalist.org:
>>>
>>> [image: nancyasquith]
>>> <https://u691963.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/click?upn=BSwmz-2FBKx2FLAPBSAKLW1nvqdFcJt9xbNg-2Fe5vWnK7o65JpKo-2BXrSiJ8Dblftjor_10N1R2FFZXy3WuZe8uzH5uX6OBGjc5Bm-2BzxDGrT63hCMhw2TdjTgXr4oFLthAX1M90xaxaXpBG1JOKS-2F0w3VG-2BeEQKCYAsTZo-2BTlyyvmSt1QxNULCwfNVqGBp6dBMdG8W-2BNhdFATIqFW-2B7XPrMVYPlqwwBlPvkVFLFufw59f1hwV6daXZ14cdmOfzuPvfzq0E4idNeeHetLSiCT4Yh6XOByjxOXV5EFZg7IzjUcA3hjMqalvaX5gHKwSGi4XmALhY-2FPwFGOMH-2Bq9qVmtDOlJSooKX2QgRCz9z-2FUQ9MCao9ksLiG1M4f6nauH1RVyP1MpCHjyR3eLnFrG6QUMqNMVXw-3D-3D>
>>>
>>> Lee,
>>>
>>> You are probably away for the weekend, but you are the one iNat birder I
>>> know of from the Santa Cruz area.
>>>
>>> I just came across this on "Identify" and I cannot convince myself it is
>>> not a Baltimore oriole photo.
>>>
>>> https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/17273014
>>> <https://u691963.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/click?upn=S80vYrAdZ820e0d-2FQhSoFxRG4q-2F0f3DQQNvS40TV6TGPHL4uHqBoCv46VubJL9kJ44kg0vXz-2Fo-2BiKB1zhxG8ZQ-3D-3D_10N1R2FFZXy3WuZe8uzH5uX6OBGjc5Bm-2BzxDGrT63hCMhw2TdjTgXr4oFLthAX1M90xaxaXpBG1JOKS-2F0w3VG-2BeEQKCYAsTZo-2BTlyyvmSt1QxNULCwfNVqGBp6dBMdG8c7PPgpfojHJTSXw21iOoHqPTPKh1dNxYrgrDwCQLZgtIRX5FDXMFruu-2F142UZjkJLERIeMbHxkgKwU1FBhk2dvmYnNx7mdTtC-2BYEmlKkYyBsktfVecKrEZmZWxTHRAmCLgWNmCdEDIa-2FdCqgrJOfLOLF1ftds8RUN9YdK4891ZXsVYBuf6oUtYk3PUAZwB8lb5jppApyI6ugPeJfacjClQ-3D-3D>
>>>
>>> Northcoaster's other 15 observations are believable from what I can see,
>>> although several are birds listed without photos or sounds. The oriole
>>> photo was posted as "unknown."
>>>
>>> Assuming that you believe the ID is correct, do you know anyone who is
>>> in the Davenport area this weekend and would want to check this despite the
>>> possibility of a hoax? There have been no reports on ebird--I just checked
>>> the latest rare bird alert--and nothing on MBB.
>>>
>>> A conundrum. . .
>>>
>>> Nancy
>>> Sunnyvale
>>> Reply
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Date: 10/7/18 3:04 pm
From: dwbirdster <dwbirdster...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Golden-crowned Kinglet Antonelli/Homeless Garden
Mid-late morning Oct 7 at Antonelli Pond and homeless garden in Santa Cruz: no Blue Grosbeak, no Nashville, no Blackpoll. The consolation was a Golden-crowned Kinglet about 80 yds north of Delaware in small trees between path and pond on the west side. I passed the spot several times later and did not refind it.
Dave Weber,Milpitas
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Date: 10/7/18 2:59 pm
From: Cliff Bixler <clifford.bixler50...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole from Davenport
Exact location please.
Cliff Bixler

On Sun, Oct 7, 2018, 8:03 AM waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...> wrote:

> Wow!
>
> I met and introduced Northcoaster to iNaturalist just last week.
>
> I can vouch for her, and unless she mislabeled the location accidentally,
> I can’t think of any reason to suspect it’s not real.
>
> I’ll contact her to see if I can’t get more details.
>
> Christian
>
>
>
> On Sun, Oct 7, 2018 at 12:37 AM Lee Jaffe <leejaffe54...> wrote:
>
>> I received this note late tonight and decided I should pass this on to
>> the list for review and possible follow up.
>> Lee Jaffe
>>
>> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
>> From: iNaturalist.org <no-reply...>
>> Date: Sun, Oct 7, 2018, 12:06 AM
>> Subject: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole
>> from Davenport
>> To: <leejaffe54...>
>>
>>
>> [image: iNaturalist.org]
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>>
>> nancyasquith
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>> [image: nancyasquith]
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>> Lee,
>>
>> You are probably away for the weekend, but you are the one iNat birder I
>> know of from the Santa Cruz area.
>>
>> I just came across this on "Identify" and I cannot convince myself it is
>> not a Baltimore oriole photo.
>>
>> https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/17273014
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>>
>> Northcoaster's other 15 observations are believable from what I can see,
>> although several are birds listed without photos or sounds. The oriole
>> photo was posted as "unknown."
>>
>> Assuming that you believe the ID is correct, do you know anyone who is in
>> the Davenport area this weekend and would want to check this despite the
>> possibility of a hoax? There have been no reports on ebird--I just checked
>> the latest rare bird alert--and nothing on MBB.
>>
>> A conundrum. . .
>>
>> Nancy
>> Sunnyvale
>> Reply
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Date: 10/7/18 11:47 am
From: Matthew Dodder <mdodder...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Homeless Garden, Natural Bridges
Folks,

I led my Palo Alto Adult School on a trip to the Homeless Garden and Natural Bridges yesterday, Oct 6. Birding was a little slower than we had hoped, but we did have a few highlights. A WESTERN TANAGER showed up near the Delaware entrance to the park, a PACIFIC-SLOPE FLYCATCHER was also in the area below the entrance road. YELLOW WARBERS were un-missable, but several TOWNSEND’S WARBLERS and a single ORANGE-CROWNED WARBER were found along with the expected YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLERS. We did end up seeing the reported BLACKPOLL WARBLER as well on the southwest corner of Antonelli Pond. For several attendees, the LINCOLN’S SPARROW and FOX SPARROWS were first-of-season.

Matthew Dodder
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Date: 10/7/18 8:17 am
From: Alex Rinkert <arinkert12...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Early morning movement
Good morning
There's been a good movement of birds this morning. In the last hour I've had the following flying east over Seabright:

95 Yellow-rumped Warblers
6 Western Meadowlarks
9 Savannah Sparrows
40 Brewer's Blackbirds
Cedar Waxwings, Townsend's Warblers, and others

And as I was writing this a Lawrence's Goldfinch flew over.

Alex Rinkert
Santa Cruz

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Date: 10/7/18 8:02 am
From: waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole from Davenport
Wow!

I met and introduced Northcoaster to iNaturalist just last week.

I can vouch for her, and unless she mislabeled the location accidentally, I
can’t think of any reason to suspect it’s not real.

I’ll contact her to see if I can’t get more details.

Christian



On Sun, Oct 7, 2018 at 12:37 AM Lee Jaffe <leejaffe54...> wrote:

> I received this note late tonight and decided I should pass this on to the
> list for review and possible follow up.
> Lee Jaffe
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> From: iNaturalist.org <no-reply...>
> Date: Sun, Oct 7, 2018, 12:06 AM
> Subject: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole
> from Davenport
> To: <leejaffe54...>
>
>
> [image: iNaturalist.org]
> <https://u691963.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/click?upn=S80vYrAdZ820e0d-2FQhSoFxRG4q-2F0f3DQQNvS40TV6THstzbTE8Q3fC1gInJm-2BKqT_10N1R2FFZXy3WuZe8uzH5uX6OBGjc5Bm-2BzxDGrT63hCMhw2TdjTgXr4oFLthAX1M90xaxaXpBG1JOKS-2F0w3VG-2BeEQKCYAsTZo-2BTlyyvmSt1QxNULCwfNVqGBp6dBMdG8-2FcoAzRFw90e8p06jocKgw7amPaTxZ5b-2B7Oo56priYSuWRy8SghFyUgnmVKWxZmfzcrw8ra9TltqkZj87lawcs-2BraNcmUs1WKANqPSxp3rRdli9oEnrh1aRX6ExP-2F8iTNztiFVGKjv-2FYPNzZEPAsaJ4sDLAfJHD-2Ba8-2B5ig0JROik2vOpeqz01KvaTsv7k6ruH-2B95DtQ0K-2FIKxrVLIw4QDrA-3D-3D>
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> nancyasquith
> <https://u691963.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/click?upn=BSwmz-2FBKx2FLAPBSAKLW1nvqdFcJt9xbNg-2Fe5vWnK7pV3Ejo7zoYBV2dkzmKqIllnrZZ-2BSKRHT4gpYo-2BBa6veA-3D-3D_10N1R2FFZXy3WuZe8uzH5uX6OBGjc5Bm-2BzxDGrT63hCMhw2TdjTgXr4oFLthAX1M90xaxaXpBG1JOKS-2F0w3VG-2BeEQKCYAsTZo-2BTlyyvmSt1QxNULCwfNVqGBp6dBMdG8TNipb1jFKpKDdCyOMraVQtsN6jcmdz6HhV5mjAon0n2yYawhzPUl4-2B5OPNB2fBnlI7ObPhzDFAjqkPEYPLg75qCwCXF9EoEJ3KK6-2BIWOa2f3Tr9WbWJMiEHphFSYa-2FiOLdgBrFQmfTi86q6m7k3H-2BcpyZUpMRhmkCWA1u7Rskgk-2Fe1YWlYEsWbXp6Fz63OHJQmSl3EpSvdWJOgdlsC-2FA-2FA-3D-3D>
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>
> [image: nancyasquith]
> <https://u691963.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/click?upn=BSwmz-2FBKx2FLAPBSAKLW1nvqdFcJt9xbNg-2Fe5vWnK7o65JpKo-2BXrSiJ8Dblftjor_10N1R2FFZXy3WuZe8uzH5uX6OBGjc5Bm-2BzxDGrT63hCMhw2TdjTgXr4oFLthAX1M90xaxaXpBG1JOKS-2F0w3VG-2BeEQKCYAsTZo-2BTlyyvmSt1QxNULCwfNVqGBp6dBMdG8W-2BNhdFATIqFW-2B7XPrMVYPlqwwBlPvkVFLFufw59f1hwV6daXZ14cdmOfzuPvfzq0E4idNeeHetLSiCT4Yh6XOByjxOXV5EFZg7IzjUcA3hjMqalvaX5gHKwSGi4XmALhY-2FPwFGOMH-2Bq9qVmtDOlJSooKX2QgRCz9z-2FUQ9MCao9ksLiG1M4f6nauH1RVyP1MpCHjyR3eLnFrG6QUMqNMVXw-3D-3D>
>
> Lee,
>
> You are probably away for the weekend, but you are the one iNat birder I
> know of from the Santa Cruz area.
>
> I just came across this on "Identify" and I cannot convince myself it is
> not a Baltimore oriole photo.
>
> https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/17273014
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> Northcoaster's other 15 observations are believable from what I can see,
> although several are birds listed without photos or sounds. The oriole
> photo was posted as "unknown."
>
> Assuming that you believe the ID is correct, do you know anyone who is in
> the Davenport area this weekend and would want to check this despite the
> possibility of a hoax? There have been no reports on ebird--I just checked
> the latest rare bird alert--and nothing on MBB.
>
> A conundrum. . .
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Date: 10/7/18 12:37 am
From: Lee Jaffe <leejaffe54...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Fwd: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole from Davenport
I received this note late tonight and decided I should pass this on to the
list for review and possible follow up.
Lee Jaffe

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From: iNaturalist.org <no-reply...>
Date: Sun, Oct 7, 2018, 12:06 AM
Subject: [iNaturalist.org] A newbie posted a photo of Baltimore oriole from
Davenport
To: <leejaffe54...>


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Lee,

You are probably away for the weekend, but you are the one iNat birder I
know of from the Santa Cruz area.

I just came across this on "Identify" and I cannot convince myself it is
not a Baltimore oriole photo.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/17273014
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Northcoaster's other 15 observations are believable from what I can see,
although several are birds listed without photos or sounds. The oriole
photo was posted as "unknown."

Assuming that you believe the ID is correct, do you know anyone who is in
the Davenport area this weekend and would want to check this despite the
possibility of a hoax? There have been no reports on ebird--I just checked
the latest rare bird alert--and nothing on MBB.

A conundrum. . .

Nancy
Sunnyvale
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Date: 10/6/18 10:50 am
From: Alexander Gaguine <gaguine...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Antonelli’s Pond Blackpoll
First year Blackpoll Warbler with mixed flock at SW corner of pond along Delaware. Just now flew to SW corner of pond.
Alexander
Santa Cruz

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Date: 10/6/18 8:02 am
From: Robin A. <roabushu...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Cackling geese, Ceja First of Fall
I noticed that Hugo Ceja posted the first ebird Cackling goose siting in
the Monterey Bay area at Moonglow Dairy 10/5. Hope to get to see these
shorter-necked beauties in Santa Cruz soon!
Best and Happy Autumn,
RobinA

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Date: 10/4/18 5:41 pm
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Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Re: corrections
 

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Date: 10/4/18 5:17 pm
From: 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Its a Yellow Warbler!
Thanks to Phil Brown my mystery Warbler was solved.
YELLOW WARBLER of the Northern group.
I've been tricked by this bird species more than a few times.
Lisa






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Date: 10/4/18 4:22 pm
From: Kent <kentjohnson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Summer Tanager at Moonglow Dairy
Midday today I failed to find any of the rarer shorebirds reported at Moonglow recently, but did find a handsome male SUMMER TANAGER. It was in the eucs near the end of the road that goes between the eucs and cow pens, toward the power plant. I was reminded that a colloquial name for the species is Bee Bird when I found a bee hive in the base of a downed euc nearby. Another bee hive was in the base of a living euc near the concrete mix pile. With all that food around maybe it will remain for a bit.


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Boulder Creek

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Date: 10/4/18 3:35 pm
From: 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: corrections
I’m embarrassed to have misspelled Grosbeak and that I said sunflower seeds rather than sunflowers.

I know we are trying to encourage postings on MBB so I’ll try to be the mistake queen and lead the way!

Lisa

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On Thursday, October 4, 2018, 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...> wrote:

The Nashville is still at the Homeless garden flying between the sunflower seeds on the far east corner and the
far west area along the fence by street.

Randy and I spotted a Blue Grosbeak female that is enjoying the corn in the western area by street.
Not to shy and easily photographed.
Check list and photos here:

https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S48933927

I have a mystery Warbler not sure how to post it if I don't know what category to put it in.

I'll upload a couple of pictures here. I've tried to make them smaller.


Thanks,
Lisa


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Date: 10/4/18 3:11 pm
From: 'Lisa Sheridan' via mbbirds <mbbirds...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosebeak Homeless Garden

The Nashville is still at the Homeless garden flying between the sunflower seeds on the far east corner and the
far west area along the fence by street.


Randy and I spotted a Blue Grosbeak female that is enjoying the corn in the western area by street.
Not to shy and easily photographed.
Check list and photos here:


https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S48933927


I have a mystery Warbler not sure how to post it if I don't know what category to put it in.



I'll upload a couple of pictures here. I've tried to make them smaller.





Thanks,
Lisa




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Date: 10/4/18 2:12 pm
From: Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>
Subject: Fwd: [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosbeak at homeless garden.
It seems to be eating corn near the road side of the garden.


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Date:10/04/2018 2:06 PM (GMT-08:00)
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosbeak at homeless garden.

There's a female type Blue Grosbeak at the homeless garden at 2pm.


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Date: 10/4/18 2:06 pm
From: Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosbeak at homeless garden.
There's a female type Blue Grosbeak at the homeless garden at 2pm.


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Date: 10/4/18 9:15 am
From: Larry Corridon <larry961357...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Could some one ID?
Thanks Alex. Several others suggested the same. There was no color enhancement added and that turquoise color is exaggerated in the photo.

Larry

> On Oct 3, 2018, at 15:56, Alex Rinkert <arinkert12...> wrote:
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> Looks like an Orange-crowned Warbler.
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> Alex
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> From: <mbbirds...> <mailto:<mbbirds...> [mailto:<mbbirds...> <mailto:<mbbirds...>] On Behalf Of Larry Corridon
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> Just found this picture. The bird was on a deck at mid Lake Tahoe last September. Any Ideas?
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Date: 10/3/18 9:55 pm
From: Alexander Gaguine <gaguine...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Could some one ID?
Please let us all know what the experts decide!
AG

> On Oct 3, 2018, at 1:26 PM, Larry Corridon <larry961357...> wrote:
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> Just found this picture. The bird was on a deck at mid Lake Tahoe last September. Any Ideas?
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Date: 10/3/18 4:33 pm
From: Dave Weber <dwbirdster...>
Subject: RE: [MBBIRDS] Moonglow and Pt Pinos - KIngbird
I reported a Tropical Kingbird at Pt Pinos today. I see Don Glasco reported a Western KIngbird there five days ago. I thought the bird today was a Western, but then noted a longer bill, solid yellow underparts including the breast, contrasting white chin, notched tail, and no white edge to the tail when it flew. Don’s pics show both notched and unnotched. Open to disagreement.



Dave Weber,

Milpitas



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Arrived at moonglow dairy early and just in time for Don Glasco to tell me the AG plover just left. Two Pectoral Sandpipers and a Yellow-headed Blackbird were nice though. Earlier offsore at Jetty Rd a feeding frenzy of terns attracted a few Parasitic Jaegers. Then to Pt Pinos. Spent two hours hanging out behind the restroom (creepy, I know). At 11am I found the continuing Nashville Warbler. Then found a Tropical Kingbird, maybe already known, on the phone wire that crosses the golf course. At noon finally found the Tennessee Warbler right behind the restroom for the best view of all the warblers today.







Dave Weber,

Milpitas

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Date: 10/3/18 1:27 pm
From: Larry Corridon <larry961357...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Could some one ID?



Just found this picture. The bird was on a deck at mid Lake Tahoe last September. Any Ideas?

Larry




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Date: 10/3/18 12:38 pm
From: dwbirdster <dwbirdster...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Moonglow and Pt Pinos
Arrived at moonglow dairy early and just in time for Don Glasco to tell me the AG plover just left. Two Pectoral  Sandpipers and a Yellow-headed Blackbird were nice though. Earlier offsore at Jetty Rd a feeding frenzy of terns attracted a few Parasitic Jaegers. Then to Pt Pinos. Spent two hours hanging out behind the restroom (creepy, I know). At 11am I found the continuing Nashville Warbler.  Then found a Tropical Kingbird, maybe already known, on the phone wire that crosses the golf course. At noon finally found the Tennessee  Warbler right behind the restroom for the best view of all the warblers today.


Dave Weber,Milpitas
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Date: 10/2/18 8:58 pm
From: Gary Martindale <gary_martindale...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Greater White-fronted Geese at Schwan Lake
I relocated the Greater White-fronted Geese this afternoon, first found yesterday by David Sidle. Very surprised to see two groups of four. One group was resting in the playing field at Shoreline Middle School playing field. The second group was in the Southern arm of the lake. Pictures are in my count. https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S48900553



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Date: 10/2/18 5:57 pm
From: Kent <kentjohnson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Santa Cruz westside
Late this morning the BLUE GROSBEAK continued at Neary's Lagoon, on the north-east side near the condo with the hummingbird feeders. Unlike Lisa Larson, I found the bird very cooperative, perching in the open for as long as I wanted.


The CLAY-COLORED SPARROW continues at the Homeless Garden; I found it near the "D" sign. The NASHVILLE WARBLER was also still at the Garden; I found it at the corner where the chain-link fence around the strawberries, tomatoes, and other crops meets the fence around the dilapidated greenhouses. At the same spot, though not at the same time, a PALM WARBLER was present.


Kent Johnson

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Date: 10/2/18 4:45 pm
From: DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] RED-FOOTED BOOBY, MANX SHEARS, + more
Howdy, MBB’ers,

This is a brief report of three pelagic trips, September 28, 29, and 30 operated by Shearwater Journeys, all departing from Fishermans’ Wharf, Monterey. Highlights included:

SEP 30: RED-FOOTED BOOBY a first record for Santa Cruz County made a speedy fly-by the stern of our vessel (images obtained); 760 SABINE’S GULLS in several flocks, both Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties; TUFTED PUFFIN in Monterey County. The flocks of Sabine’s Gulls were astounding and lovely to watch. One flock of over Pomarine Jaegers was nice.

SEP 29: All birds in Monterey County: MANX SHEARWATER sitting on the sea, excellent views for all on board; PEREGRINE FALCON chasing an ELEGANT TERN (first time I’ve ever seen that); 2000 ELEGANT TERNS off Point Pinos along with thousands of seabirds and hundreds of Risso’s, Pacific white-sided, and Northern right whale dolphins.

SEP 28: SIX SPECIES OF SHEARWATERS, including: MANX and SHORT-TAILED; 33 SABINE’S GULLS.

On all three trips we were able to find the last few remaining PIGEON GUILLEMOTS; all three species of jaegers; Red and Red-necked phalaropes; excellent views of BULLER’S SHEARWATERS; good numbers of Rhinoceros Auklets and Common Murres. Marine mammals have been sensational, with 30 to 60 humpback whales per day. There is a LOT of food in Monterey Bay, mainly boiling anchovies. These trips were operated in conjunction with the Monterey Bay Birding Festival.

UPCOMING TRIPS with spaces available:

OCT 6 MTY with Scott & Linda Terrill, Nick Levendosky, Jim Holmes, Alex Rinkert, Debi Shearwater.
OCT 7 HMB with Steve Hampton, Christian Schwarz, Jim Holmes, Debi Shearwater.
OCT 13 MTY with Alex Rinkert, Nick Levendosky, Scott & Linda Terrill, Debi Shearwater.
OCT 21 MTY with Alex Rinkert, Nick Levendosky, Jim Holmes, Debi Shearwater.

All of the October trips will endeavor to head to Santa Cruz County!

Reservations: email me: <debi...> <mailto:<debi...>.

Rare seabirds that have been found during the month of October include: Wedge-tailed Shearwater (twice), Great-winged Petrel, Streaked Shearwater, White-chinned Petrel, Parkinson’s Petrel, Short-tailed Albatross, Wedge-rumped Storm-Petrel, Swallow-tailed Gull, and Thick-billed Murre. Most of these records were found on Shearwater Journeys’ trips.

Shearwater Journeys has twice set a world record of finding eight species of shearwaters in one day on October trips!

October is a great time to get out there!

Seabirding for Science,
Debi Shearwater

DEBRA SHEARWATER
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Celebrating 43 Years of Seabirding with Shearwater Journeys
Siberia’s Forgotten Coast & Spoon-billed Sandpiper- 25 June - 9 July 2019
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Date: 10/1/18 3:47 pm
From: Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] October Birding Email for Santa Cruz County
For those interested, here is the birding email for October for Santa Cruz County. This is a slightly modified version of last October's email to reflect present conditions. I will continue the monthly emails for a while so those that may have missed some of the prior emails can save them for future reference. I hope some of you continue to find the information useful.


OCTOBER 2018


It's October and the fall migration is in full swing as many species are continuing to move through or into the county. Gone for the summer now are the Hooded Orioles and most of the Black-headed Grosbeaks. The last Swainson's Thrushes are passing through, but be on the watch as Hermit Thrushes are returning.

Many warblers are still on the move. September saw a number of Yellow Warblers in most of the coastal hotspots. Watch for more returning Townsend's and Yellow-rumped Warblers, and for Palm Warblers on the coastal bluffs of the north coast. Continue to be on the lookout this month for rare warblers along the coast in places like Antonelli's Pond, Natural Bridges, Schwan Lake, Neary Lagoon and Pajaro Dunes. Chestnut-sided, Blackpoll, Tennessee, Virginia and American Redstart have already been seen, but more surprises are still likely to be found.

The “crowned sparrows” have arrived and look for their numbers to grow this month as they make their way into your yards to gobble up all your seed. Be on the watch for unusual sparrows migrating through the area this month at places like the Homeless Garden, Antonelli's Pond, and weedy fields on the north coast.

Cedar Waxwing and Western Meadowlark flocks are becoming more frequent as are Ruby-crowned Kinglets, so don't be too quick to call that little green and yellow bird a Hutton's Vireo. Watch for Tropical Kingbirds at Struve and Watsonville Sloughs where small numbers overwinter.

In the county’s waterbodies watch for the return of more duck species. Shovelers, teal, wigeon, and pintail have started to arrive, and Hooded Mergansers are not too far behind. Also look for Pectoral Sandpipers and other rare shorebirds as the high water in the Watsonville sloughs hopefully recedes this month.

Hawk migration continues this month over the hills. You may still be able to see numbers of them from places like Moore Creek and upper Wilder Ranch Trails on warm afternoons.

Finally, along the coast, watch for an increase in wintering gull species: Mew, Glaucous-winged, Herring, and Iceland to name a few.

If you haven't yet had a chance to go on a Pelagic Trip to look for offshore species that can't be seen from land, October is still a great month to get on board. High shearwater diversity and potential for Short-tailed, Manx, Black-vented, and maybe something rarer is still a good possibility. This has been a good season for Tufted Puffins as well. Debi Shearwater still has a couple of trips planned in October with discounted fares for Santa Cruz Bird Club members. More info is available at www.shearwaterjourneys.com. Monterey Seabirds also has outings planned for this month. Check them out at www.montereyseabirds.com.

October looks to be a very good birding month in the county, so get out with your binos to as many of the area hotspots as you can. Good luck and good birding!


Randy Wardle
Aptos

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Date: 9/30/18 9:07 pm
From: Eric Feuss <ericfeuss...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Clay-colored Sparrow at Andrew Molera SP
Today (9/30), during the Monterey Bay Birding Festival (MBBF) Big Sur Condor
trip, a Clay-colored Sparrow was observed some time between 11:30 AM and
Noon near picnic tables across from entry station (parking lot). It stayed
in edge vegetation, primarily on ground under low hanging willow branches
and short time under a car. Seen by six members of the group.



A complete eBird report will be created at some point for this trip location
(SP - Big Sur River Mouth).



Happy Birding,

Eric Feuss (Soquel)

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Date: 9/30/18 3:30 pm
From: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosbeak
Hello Birders!

The Blue Grosbeak (female) was still present at Neary Lagoon from 1:05 to
1:19. It was in a tree near a hummer feeder beyond the chain-link fence on
the northeast side boardwalk closest to Jenne Road where there is an
intersection to the lagoon/water.

She is VERY shy and hid in the tree for quite a while. She has a lot of
buff color, pale wing bars, classic gros-beak.

She flew NW toward the lagoon/water. Hopefully, she will come back!

Good luck and happy birding!

-Lisa

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Date: 9/30/18 2:50 pm
From: Jean Harrison <seajean...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] FOS Golden-crowned Sparrow
My first in the yard was Thursday, September 27, near Natural Bridges. Jean Harrison

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Date: 9/30/18 1:33 pm
From: Carol Pecot <carol.pecot...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] FOS Golden-crowned Sparrow
Yesterday, we finally saw our first Golden-crowned Sparrows at the house,
right on time! No singing, though. We've also been seeing Townsend's
Warblers around at the baths.

Has anyone seen the Ruby-crowned Kinglets? I saw what I believed to be a
Hutton's Vireo, due to its sluggish (compared) movement, stockier build,
and where the black patch was located by its wing bars. However, it made
me wonder about the Ruby-crowneds.

Carol Pecot
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Date: 9/30/18 12:34 pm
From: Lois Goldfrank <loisg...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Nashville Warbler and Clay-colored Sparrow...
…both continue at the Homeless Garden this morning. No sign of the Virginia’s. Neither seemed to prefer one particular area of the garden and did not stay still long.

Lois Goldfrank, Sharon Hull, David, Sidle

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Date: 9/30/18 12:27 pm
From: David Apgar <D_Apgar...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Lincoln's and fox sparrow at Homeless Garden
With

White-tailed kite (2)
Northern harrier (female adult)
Red-tailed hawk and
American kestrel (male)

all patrolling the homeless garden between 8 and 10 this morning, smaller birds were skittish -- which may explain why an

Ash-throated flycatcher

was skulking on the ground just west of the hemlock (southeast of the homeless garden where I did NOT find last week's Virginia's warbler).

Lincoln's sparrow (at least 4) and
Fox sparrow (2)

flitted among the lesser goldfinch in the weed patch overlooking Antonelli's Pond northeast of the garden. Warblers included

Common yellowthroat
Orange-crowned warbler (at least 3)
Yellow-rumped warbler (immature Audubon's) and
Townsend's warbler (at least 3).

Eared grebe (3) had Younger lagoon largely to themselves except for a great egret and some Mallard.

David Apgar




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Date: 9/30/18 10:08 am
From: Sharon Hull <plants...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Blue Grosbeak
Here now at Neary, Chestnut st entrance. Go right on boardwalk. In shrubs along chain link fence on right & in Alder & Willow trees.
Sharon Hull & Lois Goldfrank



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Date: 9/28/18 11:17 pm
From: Alexander Gaguine <gaguine...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Wilder Ranch S.P.
At Baldwin Creek mouth this afternoon I was surprised to see a group of 8 BLUE-WINGED TEAL on the pond west of the beach. They swam in a group, and flew off in a group. No breeding plumage males. There was a BLUE-GRAY GNATCATCHER in typical Coyote Bush habitat, and a flyover OSPREY. BLACK PHOEBES were everywhere - have other birders seen unusually high numbers lately? At Wilder Beach there were exactly 4 birds on the beach - 3 SNOWY EGRETS and a perched PEREGRINE FALCON, who appeared to have a partial bird in his company.
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Date: 9/28/18 10:42 pm
From: Lois Goldfrank <loisg...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Mystery Hawk resolved
Yesterday Sharon Hull and I had a mystery hawk on San Vicente Street in Davenport. We posted it on eBird as a mystery hawk and sent details and the photo to Alvaro Jaramillo and Alex Rinkert for ratification. Our gut reaction was Broad-winged because it was a small buteo with a short, strongly banded tail,pale broad wings with a dark trailing edge, somewhat pointed wings with darker tips, and a relatively unmarked brown back..Cooper's Hawks have more tail bands and shorter rounder wings; Red-shouldered Hawks have crescent windows at the ends of their wings, and heavily marked backs. Because it was being chased by a Sharp-shinned , we couldn't get much of a feel for its flight pattern. This is a good time for Broad-wingeds to show up, but we were not sure.

Alvaro and Alex both just agreed it looked good for Broad-winged. Fortunately Sharon was able to get at least a distant shot which will be on our eBird report.

Lois Goldfrank
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Date: 9/27/18 8:42 pm
From: Pete Sole <pete...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] mystery Grosbeak at Neary Lagoon redo
I agree with Lisa.

Blue Grosbeak seems to be the best fit.

Pete

On 9/27/18 8:33 AM, Lisa Larson wrote:
> Is it a Blue Grosbeak? It looks like one to me!
>
> - Lisa
>
> On Thu, Sep 27, 2018, 8:25 AM Michael Bolte <mjbolte...>
> <mailto:<mjbolte...>> wrote:
>
> All - there was some confusion with the photos at the Flickr site.
> I added a few more of the mystery bird and have the direct links
> here:
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/44038347755/in/datetaken/
> (there is a shadow on the bird in this photo)
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/43137752660/in/datetaken/
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/43128728360/in/datetaken/
>
> and a Black Grosbeak for comparison that we also saw yesterday.
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/30004758507/in/datetaken/
>
> Our best guess yesterday was female Blue Grosbeak and a few have
> weighed in with that ID. Overall color is right(ish) although this
> bird is a bit light/drab and the huge bill fits the bill.
>
> Mike
>
> ps. while we are at it there was another bird we were not sure
> about at the same spot:
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/44038504685/in/datetaken/
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/44038505085/in/datetaken/
> Thought it was a female Lazuli Bunting in the field, but after
> looking at the photos leaned toward a Dark-eyed Junco in odd color
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Date: 9/27/18 1:36 pm
From: Sharon Hull <plants...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Palm Warbler
Davenport at the corner of Highway one and the road that goes up to the little church which is Davenport Road. Sharon Hull and Lois Goldfrank

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Date: 9/27/18 8:31 am
From: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] mystery Grosbeak at Neary Lagoon redo
Is it a Blue Grosbeak? It looks like one to me!

- Lisa

On Thu, Sep 27, 2018, 8:25 AM Michael Bolte <mjbolte...> wrote:

> All - there was some confusion with the photos at the Flickr site. I added
> a few more of the mystery bird and have the direct links here:
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/44038347755/in/datetaken/ (there is
> a shadow on the bird in this photo)
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/43137752660/in/datetaken/
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/43128728360/in/datetaken/
>
> and a Black Grosbeak for comparison that we also saw yesterday.
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/30004758507/in/datetaken/
>
> Our best guess yesterday was female Blue Grosbeak and a few have weighed
> in with that ID. Overall color is right(ish) although this bird is a bit
> light/drab and the huge bill fits the bill.
>
> Mike
>
> ps. while we are at it there was another bird we were not sure about at
> the same spot:
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/44038504685/in/datetaken/
>
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/44038505085/in/datetaken/
>
> Thought it was a female Lazuli Bunting in the field, but after looking at
> the photos leaned toward a Dark-eyed Junco in odd color
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Date: 9/27/18 8:25 am
From: Michael Bolte <mjbolte...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] mystery Grosbeak at Neary Lagoon redo
All - there was some confusion with the photos at the Flickr site. I added
a few more of the mystery bird and have the direct links here:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/44038347755/in/datetaken/ (there is a
shadow on the bird in this photo)

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/43137752660/in/datetaken/

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/43128728360/in/datetaken/

and a Black Grosbeak for comparison that we also saw yesterday.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/30004758507/in/datetaken/

Our best guess yesterday was female Blue Grosbeak and a few have weighed in
with that ID. Overall color is right(ish) although this bird is a bit
light/drab and the huge bill fits the bill.

Mike

ps. while we are at it there was another bird we were not sure about at the
same spot:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/44038504685/in/datetaken/

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mjbolte/44038505085/in/datetaken/

Thought it was a female Lazuli Bunting in the field, but after looking at
the photos leaned toward a Dark-eyed Junco in odd color

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Date: 9/26/18 9:06 pm
From: Michael Bolte <mjbolte...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] unsure on the ID of this bird
The second photo here:

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

A little smaller than a Jay. Seems like a female or immature grosbeak, but
not streaky enough to match Black or Rose-colored. Seen this afternoon at
Neary Lagoon. There were two other black-headed grosbeaks there (first
photo on the page).

Any thoughts would be appreciated!

Mike

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Date: 9/26/18 8:19 pm
From: Gary Martindale <gary_martindale...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] White-faced Ibis in Live Oak
Melinda and I were on our way to do a bit of birding at Schwan Lake this afternoon and when we pulled into the driveway of Simpkins Swim Center, Melinda saw the bird and asked whats that in the field. I stopped the car, to see the Ibis foraging in the lawn. Seeing an Ibis there was very surprising. What was even more surprising was that if was foraging seemingly oblivious to the children practicing soccer about 25 yards away. I entered the Ibis in my count and included a photo.


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Date: 9/26/18 1:25 pm
From: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Virgina Warbler Photos
Hello Birders,

Diagnostic photos from yesterday morning on ebird list:
https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S48762677

Virginia's Warbler was spotted on hemlock patch on east side of Homeless
Garden. Seen by myself, Tuesday Twitchers and Stephanie Martin. Fun!

A brazen young Cooper's Hawk quieted spooked a group of mixed warblers a
few times, but Virginia's Warbler was refound by Randy Wardle at midday on
Century Plant stalk on north side of garden. It then flew to the west side,
so it was making a circuit. It persisted all day.

Happy Fall birding!
- Lisa

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Date: 9/26/18 11:19 am
From: DEBRA SHEARWATER <debiluv...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Monterey Bay Birding Festival News & Changes

Howdy, MBB Birders,

Please join me at the Monterey Bay Birding Festival, September 27 to 30, headquartered at the top floor of the Watsonville Civic Plaza, 275 Main Street, Watsonville. http://www.montereybaybirding.org <http://www.montereybaybirding.org/>

From California Condors to Black-footed Albatrosses, Wrentits to Ashy Storm-Petrels, bobcats to blue whales, the richness and diversity of wildlife in this area is astounding. A great selection of field trips are on offer covering nearly all of the hottest birding sites in the region. Workshops include bird photography, scientific illustration of birds, and decoy bird carving to name a few. Kayaking and slough safari trips are available at Elkhorn Slough.

Pelagic trips by Shearwater Journeys are scheduled for all three days, with spaces available on all trips. All trips run from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. For reservations, email Debi Shearwater: <debi...> It is possible to get on board, even at the last minute. Each trip is $140/person. We give parking vouchers which save you $10 on exiting the parking lot at the end of the day.

The leader line up for these trips:
FRI. SEP. 28 with Alex Rinkert, Jim Holmes, Debi Shearwater, Tom & Beth Hamel.
SAT. SEP. 29 with Steve Tucker, Sahas Barve, Marcel Holyoak, Clay Kempf, Debi Shearwater.
SUN. SEP. 30 with Alex Rinkert, Sahas Barve, Debi Shearwater, Tom & Beth Hamel.

Special Guest: Liz Gordon of the American Birding Association will be on board the Sat. and Sun. trips.

NEWS: FRIDAY KEYNOTE SPEAKER CHANGED
A family emergency has called the scheduled keynote speaker for Friday, Sep. 28 away.
I shall be presenting the keynote speech on Friday night, “40 Years of California Seabirding.”
The keynote will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the festival headquarters in Watsonville.
The fee to attend the keynote is $15/person if you are not registered for the full festival. If you are registered for the full festival, the keynote is included.

THE ABA LUDLOW GRISCOM AWARD for OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS in REGIONAL ORNITHOLOGY will be presented on Saturday, Sep. 29 at 7 p.m. by Liz Gordon, prior to the keynote speech by Jonathan Franzen.
I am honored and gratified to be the recipient of this award for advancing the knowledge of seabird status and distribution. Ann Nightingale nominated me for this award. In reality, the award is shared by the many thousands of birders who have ventured offshore with me during the past 43 years, and continue to do so today. Thank you so much. I hope to see you there!
The fee to attend the keynote and award presentation is $15/person if you are not registered for the full festival. If you are registered for the full festival, the keynote is included.

I hope to see you this weekend, either on a boat, or at the festival!
Seabirding for Science,
Debi Shearwater

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Celebrating 43 Years of Seabirding with Shearwater Journeys
Siberia’s Forgotten Coast & Spoon-billed Sandpiper- 25 June - 9 July 2019
Galapagos Islands: 30 October - 12 November 2019

























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Date: 9/26/18 10:14 am
From: Simon Thornhill <sjthornhill...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Swanton Pond
After failing to see a warbler at Davenport Landing, I checked Swanton Pond.
There was a Red-necked Phalarope on the pond, and 4 White-faced Ibis on the bank.
In the field above the pond, there was a Loggerhead Shrike, and at the dam there was a Burrowing Owl - bring a scope or some good imagination. It barely poked its head above the dirt.
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Date: 9/26/18 9:14 am
From: Jean Brocklebank <jeanbean...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] California Quail
Thanks for the photo, Chris. There would probably be many more California Quail in the area behind the Simpkins Swim Center known as Twin Lakes State Beach Park (Pony Park to older locals) if people would stop letting their unleashed dogs romp through the grassland.

Jean

On Sep 26, 2018, at 8:29 AM, Chris Campton wrote:

> My first sighting of a female California Quail in my backyard, behind Simpkins Swim Center. I know they are common but I was thrilled that she visited my area
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> https://www.flickr.com/photos/73545197@N07/44210271184/in/dateposted-public/

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Date: 9/26/18 8:29 am
From: Chris Campton <campton...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] California Quail
My first sighting of a female California Quail in my backyard, behind Simpkins Swim Center. I know they are common but I was thrilled that she visited my area



https://www.flickr.com/photos/73545197@N07/44210271184/in/dateposted-public/


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Date: 9/25/18 4:12 pm
From: dwbirdster <dwbirdster...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Virginia Warbler
Virginia's Warbler refound at 3:35 pm in Santa Cruz homeless garden. NE corner poking around with a Clay-colored Sparrow in an unhealthy squash plant, next to blue and yellow butterfly sign. Warbler disappeared but sparrow still around. 


Dave Weber,Milpitas
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-------- Original message --------From: Michael Bolte <mjbolte...> Date: 9/25/18 3:41 PM (GMT-08:00) To: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...> Cc: Mbbirds Bay Birds <mbbirds...> Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Virginia Warbler


On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 1:28 PM Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...> wrote:
Still present at Homeless Garden Moving around due to a hungry young Cooper's Hawk. Likes the patch of Hemlock at SE side of garden. Moved to north side then west side. Be patient! It is there. 
Photos later!
Happy birding!
Lisa



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Date: 9/25/18 3:43 pm
From: Michael Bolte <mjbolte...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Virginia Warbler
Still here at 3:40. NE corner of garden

On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 3:41 PM Michael Bolte <mjbolte...> wrote:

>
>
> On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 1:28 PM Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
> wrote:
>
>> Still present at Homeless Garden
>> Moving around due to a hungry young Cooper's Hawk. Likes the patch of
>> Hemlock at SE side of garden. Moved to north side then west side. Be
>> patient! It is there.
>>
>> Photos later!
>>
>> Happy birding!
>>
>> Lisa
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Date: 9/25/18 3:42 pm
From: Michael Bolte <mjbolte...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Virginia Warbler
On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 1:28 PM Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...> wrote:

> Still present at Homeless Garden
> Moving around due to a hungry young Cooper's Hawk. Likes the patch of
> Hemlock at SE side of garden. Moved to north side then west side. Be
> patient! It is there.
>
> Photos later!
>
> Happy birding!
>
> Lisa
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Date: 9/25/18 1:28 pm
From: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Virginia Warbler
Still present at Homeless Garden
Moving around due to a hungry young Cooper's Hawk. Likes the patch of
Hemlock at SE side of garden. Moved to north side then west side. Be
patient! It is there.

Photos later!

Happy birding!

Lisa

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Date: 9/25/18 10:16 am
From: Kent <kentjohnson...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] Prairie Warbler, Redstart
Prairie Warbler still present same area.
Kent Johnson
Boulder Creek
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] Prairie Warbler, Redstart

There is a PRAIRIE WARBLER in the willows at Davenport landing, visible from the “stop ahead” sign on the N end of the loop road; near exit back to HWY 1.

There was an adult male AMERICAN REDSTART behind the ranger residence at the Rancho Del Oso nature center.

Christian Schwarz,
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Date: 9/25/18 8:21 am
From: Kent <kentjohnson...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] [MBB] possible Virginia's Warbler at Homeless Garden
Definite Virginia's same area this morning.
Kent Johnson
Boulder Creek
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Subject: [MBBIRDS] [MBB] possible Virginia's Warbler at Homeless Garden

From about 1000-1100 this morning, there were a number of warblers traveling back and forth between the HG and the Antonelli Pond willows. Most were Yellow Warblers, several were Yellow-rumped Warblers, but one bird was plain gray above with a distinct white eye ring and bright yellow undertail, possibly an immature Virginia’s Warbler. Seemed too gray backed for Nashville. The bird eluded my attempts to photograph it. I hope others can find it. Last seen in brushy area SE of compost.

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Date: 9/24/18 8:16 pm
From: Alvaro Jaramillo <chucao...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Pelagic report for Sept 23
Hello all,

We had a good and interesting pelagic yesterday. It started out foggy,
really foggy. But on the other hand, the strong wind that was forecast did
not materialize, so the traveling conditions were good. The most unusual
bird we found was a Wilson's Storm Petrel. Now a rare bird in Monterey Bay,
previously when flocks of storm petrels used to stage/congregate here they
were regularly found. But in the recent years of smaller numbers of storm
petrels the Wilson's has become rare. The bird was in Monterey County.
Photos here:

https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S48700390

Now, speaking of storm petrels, it was a good day overall. In recent years
you see a few, maybe a dozen at the most Ashy Storm-Petrels on a typical
Monterey Bay trip. But this time around 50 Ashy showed up for us, even small
flocks of 5-6 here and there. This was great to see. Currently the higher
number of storm petrels have been found farther north, out of Half Moon Bay
or Bodega. Otherwise we did see Black-footed Albatross, Sooty, Pink-footed
and Buller's shearwaters as well as the currently higher number than usual
for Northern Fulmar. One almost expects a wonderful whale show in Monterey,
and our trip did include wonderful bouts (multiple) of breaching Humpback
Whales very close to the boat. Risso's Dolphins also showed up, Monterey is
a great place to find this species.

An interesting trip due to the storm petrels!

Good birding,

Alvaro



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Date: 9/24/18 12:26 pm
From: William Tyler <ospr...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] [MBB] possible Virginia's Warbler at Homeless Garden
From about 1000-1100 this morning, there were a number of warblers traveling back and forth between the HG and the Antonelli Pond willows. Most were Yellow Warblers, several were Yellow-rumped Warblers, but one bird was plain gray above with a distinct white eye ring and bright yellow undertail, possibly an immature Virginia’s Warbler. Seemed too gray backed for Nashville. The bird eluded my attempts to photograph it. I hope others can find it. Last seen in brushy area SE of compost.

Breck Tyler
Santa Cruz

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Date: 9/24/18 9:49 am
From: Lisa Larson <lisafaylarson...>
Subject: Re: [MBBIRDS] FOS Golden-crowned Sparrow
Hello Birders,

We have White-crowned Sparrows here and singing as of today. Golden-crowned
have been here since Thursday, but I have yet to hear them.

A new yard bird showed up today! A Say's Phoebe! I love getting new yard
birds!

Happy fall!

-Lisa

On Mon, Sep 24, 2018 at 9:32 AM Barbara Monahan <monahan...> wrote:

> FOS Golden-crowned Sparrow in my yard this am….silent but here.
>
> Barb Monahan
> Near Scotts Valley off of Jarvis Road, at 1100'
>
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Date: 9/24/18 9:32 am
From: Barbara Monahan <monahan...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] FOS Golden-crowned Sparrow
FOS Golden-crowned Sparrow in my yard this am….silent but here.

Barb Monahan
Near Scotts Valley off of Jarvis Road, at 1100'


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Date: 9/23/18 10:13 pm
From: Alvaro Jaramillo <chucao...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Moonglow Dairy
Hello all,

On my way home from the pelagic today (more on that later), I saw the
Chestnut-sided Warbler in the Eucalyptus at Moonglow. As well, there were 5
Yellow-headed Blackbirds in the flock. A fun stop on my way north to Half
Moon Bay. Lots of juvenile Red-necked Phalaropes in the ponds.

Eastern Fox Squirrel in the eucalyptus, I am unclear on the distribution
of this invasive in the county.

Alvaro



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Date: 9/23/18 3:04 pm
From: Greg Meyer <gregmeyernaturalist...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: Shorebirds Pond Birding Walk Sunday
Where is this spot?
G

On Saturday, September 22, 2018 at 11:51:47 PM UTC-7, wrwardle wrote:
>
> A number of us will be birding the new expanded area at Shorebirds Pond
> Sunday at 11am. We will be noting the areas that are off limits as well.
> Feel free to join us outside the main gate just before 11am.
>
>
> Good Birding,
> Randy Wardle
> Aptos
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* <mbb......> <javascript:> <mbb......>
> <javascript:>> on behalf of Randy Wardle <wrwa......>
> <javascript:>>
> *Sent:* Saturday, September 22, 2018 12:28 AM
> *To:* Monterey Bay Birdlist
> *Subject:* [MBBIRDS] Shorebirds Pond Birding Walk Sunday
>
>
> If enough people are interested, I am thinking of leading a bird walk
> this coming Sunday at 11:00am at Shorebirds Pond to show birders the new
> areas we are allowed to bird and the areas that are off limits. The walk
> would last an hour or so and we can bird along the way. We would park
> outside the complex and then sign it at the security office at 11:00 before
> birding. Let me know if you are interested in coming. Thanks.
>
>
> Randy Wardle
> <wrwa......> <javascript:>
>
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Date: 9/23/18 3:01 pm
From: Greg Meyer <gregmeyernaturalist...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Capitola Cliffs Tern Action
Out for a paddle this morning from Capitola to New Brighton SB we got great
looks at PARASITIC JAEGERS working the Elegant Terns feeding immediately
offshore and outside the kelp. We counted at least 5 birds - 2 juveniles,
2 adults and 1 dark-morph adult. We had numerous close flybys but it would
also be easy to see them from the Jetty at the east end of the beach.

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Date: 9/23/18 2:51 pm
From: Greg Meyer <gregmeyernaturalist...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: UCSC East Meadow update -- It's back!
Thanks for keeping us up to date on this issue!
G

On Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 3:39:38 PM UTC-7, Lee Jaffe wrote:
>
> For those who were following and/or concerned about UCSC's proposal to
> develop part of the East Meadow, I'm forwarding their announcement of the
> release of their revised EIR. The new version claims to address issues
> raised during the earlier review. I've only selectively skimmed sections
> related to concerns I've hoped they'd address and I find the that the gist
> of most of the new findings to be insufficient or dismissive.
>
>
> For instance, one of the issues I raised in my written comments was the
> potential for pet dog and cats (and feral cats) that would go along with a
> new housing development, to have an impact on wildlife in adjacent
> protected areas. They addressed this as follows:
>
>
> Pet dogs and cats and feral cats could prey on special‐status birds,
> common birds, and other special‐ status or common wildlife species.
> However, the Campus will enforce its existing pet policy which does not
> allow students to have pet cats and dogs on the campus, and will enforce
> policies that restrict the feeding of feral cats at the Heller and Hagar
> sites. For these reasons, implementation of the proposed project would
> not result in significant indirect impacts on special‐status and common
> wildlife and plant species. The impact would be less than significant.
>
>
>
> I live in campus housing and therefore am familiar with the campus does
> not enforce its existing pet policy. Under that policy, pet cats must be
> kept indoors and that is not enforced. Dogs must be kept on leash and are
> not allowed outside the housing complex. Again, not enforced. In fact,
> the campus police eliminated its animal control officer position more than
> 10 years ago.
>
>
> Similarly, the same section addresses use of rodenticides and their impact
> on native species. The revised EIR addresses this: "Rodenticides would be
> used only if needed, and their use would require the submittal and approval
> of an Integrated Pest Management plan that complies with the campus
> standards." I just heard from a neighbor that they brought in a private
> exterminator who used chemical rat poison despite the prohibition. Several
> bobcats died a few years ago because they ate rodents that had been
> poisoned. And there is currently a sick bobcat being tracked at the
> Arboretum that may also be a victim of rat poison.
>
>
> I plan to address these points through written comments. And I invite
> any who are concerned to dive in once again and raise any issues you
> encounter through the written or public meeting process.
>
>
> Note: They do no make the new document easy to scan, supplying it in
> multiple files by chapter. For most of us in the birding community, the
> key sections are contained in the "Biological Resources" chapter, found at
> https://mediafiles.ucsc.edu/news/pdf/shw/09-2018-rdeir/volume-i/4-3-rdeir-biologicalresources.pdf
> .
>
>
>
> Thanks for you attention,
>
>
> Lee Jaffe
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: UC Santa Cruz Physical and Environmental Planning <p......>
> <javascript:>>
> Date: Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 3:25 PM
> Subject: Notice of Availability: Revised Draft EIR, UC Santa Cruz Student
> Housing West Project
> To: <p......> <javascript:>
>
>
> NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF *REVISED* DRAFT EIR
>
>
>
> *Project Title: *Student Housing West
>
>
>
> *Project Location: *Two sites on the UC Santa Cruz main campus:
>
> 1) A 13-acre site west of Heller Drive (“Heller site”) that currently is
> developed with the 200-unit Family Student Housing complex and child care
> center;
>
> 2) A 17-acre site northeast of the intersection of Hagar Drive and
> Coolidge Drive (“Hagar site”)
>
>
>
> *Project Description: *The proposed project would construct housing for
> approximately 3,000 students at two sites on the UC Santa Cruz main campus
> via a public-private partnership (P3) delivery method. The project would
> demolish the existing 200-unit family student housing complex and child
> care facility west of Heller Drive and redevelop the 13-acre site with
> approximately 2,932 student beds and associated amenities in six buildings,
> for a total of 858,911 sf. The project would develop approximately 140
> units of housing for student families, and a child care center, on a
> 17-acre site northeast of the intersection of Glenn Coolidge Drive and
> Hagar Drive (Hagar site). The development of student housing on the Hagar
> site would require an amendment of the 2005 LRDP to change the land use
> designation from Campus Resource Land to Colleges and Student Housing.
>
>
>
> *EIR Process: *In March 2018, the University published the Student
> Housing West Project Draft EIR, which was circulated for agency and public
> comment for an initial period of 45 days that ended on May 11, 2018, and
> then was extended for an additional 47 days, which ended on June 27, 2018.
> During the time that the Draft EIR was circulating and in the ensuing
> months, the University has advanced the design of the project at the Heller
> site, reducing the heights of the buildings from a maximum of ten stories
> high to a maximum of seven stories. Other changes to the project include
> modifications to the proposed storm water management systems at both sites,
> revisions to the grading plan at the Hagar site, slight changes to the
> numbers of beds planned for each site, and the addition of a wastewater
> treatment plant to provide recycled wastewater for non-potable uses at the
> Hagar site. Also during the Draft EIR circulation period, the University
> received numerous comments requesting, among other things, additional
> analysis and clarification regarding the visual effects at both sites; the
> hydrology and water quality impacts of the Hagar site development;
> clarification regarding the project’s traffic impacts; and the evaluation
> of additional alternatives to the proposed project. In view of the project
> description changes and comments received, especially related to
> aesthetics, hydrology and water quality, traffic, and alternatives, the
> University has determined that it will publish a Revised Draft EIR for the
> revised project for agency and public review. This Revised Draft EIR
> replaces in full the previously published Draft EIR.
>
>
> *As this Revised Draft EIR replaces in full the previously published Draft
> EIR, reviewers are requested to submit new comments on this Revised Draft
> EIR.*
>
> *Public Review Period:* September 17, 2018 through November 1, 2018
>
> Written comments on the Draft EIR should be submitted in writing or by
> email to the addresses below by 5:00 PM on November 1, 2018
>
> *Lead Agency:* University of California
> 1156 High Street
> <https://maps.google.com/?q=1156+High+Street&entry=gmail&source=g>,
> Mailstop: PPDO
> Santa Cruz, CA 95064
> email: <eirco......> <javascript:>
>
> *Contact Person:* Alisa Klaus, Senior Environmental Planner,
> Phone: (831) 459-3732
>
> *Address Where a Copy of Draft EIR is Available:*
>
> Santa Cruz Public Libraries, Downtown Branch, 224 Church St.
>
> The Revised Draft EIR can be viewed online at
> https://ppc.ucsc.edu/planning/EnvDoc.html.
>
> *Information and Public Comment Meetings: *Two meetings have been
> scheduled to provide information about the project and an opportunity for
> agencies and members of the public to provide oral comments on the Revised
> Draft EIR:
>
>
> *Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, 6:30-8:30 PM Louden Nelson Community Center, 301
> Center St. Santa Cruz, CA
> <https://maps.google.com/?q=301+Center+St.+Santa+Cruz,+CA&entry=gmail&source=g>*
>
>
>
>
> *Wed., Oct. 24, 2018, 5-7 PM Kresge Town Hall, 510 Porter-Kresge Rd
> <https://maps.google.com/?q=510+Porter-Kresge+Rd&entry=gmail&source=g>., UC
> Santa Cruz main campus*
>
>
>

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Date: 9/23/18 10:17 am
From: waxwingboheme <waxwingboheme...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Prairie Warbler, Redstart
There is a PRAIRIE WARBLER in the willows at Davenport landing, visible
from the “stop ahead” sign on the N end of the loop road; near exit back to
HWY 1.

There was an adult male AMERICAN REDSTART behind the ranger residence at
the Rancho Del Oso nature center.

Christian Schwarz,
Santa Cruz

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Date: 9/23/18 9:22 am
From: Sharon Hull <plants...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Yellow-headed Blackbird
Among enormous blackbird flock at intersection of Green Valley Rd & Lee Rd below high school.
Sharon Hull & Lois Goldfrank

Sent from my iPhone

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Date: 9/22/18 11:51 pm
From: Randy Wardle <wrwardle...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Re: Shorebirds Pond Birding Walk Sunday
A number of us will be birding the new expanded area at Shorebirds Pond Sunday at 11am. We will be noting the areas that are off limits as well. Feel free to join us outside the main gate just before 11am.


Good Birding,

Randy Wardle
Aptos

________________________________
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Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 12:28 AM
To: Monterey Bay Birdlist
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Shorebirds Pond Birding Walk Sunday


If enough people are interested, I am thinking of leading a bird walk this coming Sunday at 11:00am at Shorebirds Pond to show birders the new areas we are allowed to bird and the areas that are off limits. The walk would last an hour or so and we can bird along the way. We would park outside the complex and then sign it at the security office at 11:00 before birding. Let me know if you are interested in coming. Thanks.


Randy Wardle
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Date: 9/22/18 12:34 pm
From: Mark Kudrav <mkudrav...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Bay-Breasted and Blackpoll warblers Pt. Pinos
ALL,
Blake Matheson found a BAY-BREASTED WARBLER along with a continuing
BLACKPOLL WARBLER at the Cypresses around the maintenance yard at Point
Pinos.
The bird was there when I left at 11:15.
Good luck,
Mark Kudrav
Pacific grove

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