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5/30/20 6:05 pm <pmgealey...> [Mendobirds] Male Rose-breasted Grosbeak
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5/28/20 2:19 pm Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...> Re: [Mendobirds] Rare sighting - some kind of jaeger?
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5/27/20 11:38 am Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...> Re: [Mendobirds] Red Phalarope, Virgin Creek Beach
5/27/20 9:49 am Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...> [Mendobirds] Red Phalarope, Virgin Creek Beach
5/26/20 11:39 am Charlene McAllister <charmac...> [Mendobirds] Juvenile Peregrine Falcon
5/25/20 12:24 pm John Gallo <gallo.ja...> [Mendobirds] Osprey at Ten Mile: early brood?
5/25/20 11:48 am jackson_us <jackson2...> Re: [Mendobirds] Osprey at Ten Mile: early brood?
5/25/20 7:02 am dhecomovich via groups.io <dheco=<me.com...> Re: [Mendobirds] Missing Chestnut-backed Chickadee LAKE
5/24/20 6:03 pm Diane Hichwa <dhichwa...> Re: [Mendobirds] Missing Chestnut-backed Chickadee
5/24/20 5:57 pm CARYL CARR <carylc...> Re: [Mendobirds] Missing Chestnut-backed Chickadee
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5/24/20 1:55 pm jackson_us <jackson2...> [Mendobirds] Osprey nest we watch in Anchor Bay
5/21/20 5:19 pm Roger Adamson <radamson...> [Mendobirds] Wilson's Warbler nest in our yard
5/20/20 10:20 am jim lomax <sdrib...> [Mendobirds] Bristle-thighed Curlew
5/19/20 2:15 pm Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...> [Mendobirds] Yellow-breasted Chat, Ten Mile River area
5/17/20 7:26 pm Tim Bray <tbray...> [Mendobirds] Orchard Oriole fly-by
5/16/20 10:41 pm marisela de santa anna <mdsa1955...> [Mendobirds] Nashville warblers
5/16/20 7:37 pm Chuck & Barbara Vaughn via groups.io <cevaughn=<pacific.net...> [Mendobirds] Costa's Hummingbird Ukiah 5/16/2020
5/16/20 1:28 pm Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...> Re: [Mendobirds] Any more Scissor-tailed Flycatcher location clues?
5/16/20 10:00 am Roger Adamson <radamson...> [Mendobirds] Scissor-tail search
5/16/20 9:49 am John Gallo <gallo.ja...> [Mendobirds] Any more Scissor-tailed Flycatcher location clues?
5/15/20 10:30 am Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...> [Mendobirds] No Scissor-tailed Flycatcher this morning
5/14/20 3:40 pm Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...> [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Flycatcher photos
5/14/20 3:07 pm Chuck & Barbara Vaughn via groups.io <cevaughn=<pacific.net...> Re: [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Fly photos
5/14/20 2:35 pm Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...> [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
5/14/20 1:59 pm Roger Adamson <radamson...> [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Fly photos
5/14/20 11:25 am Jessica Morton <jessica...> [Mendobirds] Flycatcher
5/14/20 9:07 am Roger Adamson <radamson...> [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Fly
5/14/20 8:25 am Roger Adamson <radamson...> [Mendobirds] Clay-colored Sp Noyo Headlands
5/13/20 7:12 pm David Jensen <djensen...> [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Flycatcher at Point Cabrillo
5/9/20 12:53 pm Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...> Re: [Mendobirds] Pacific Golden-plover, Virgin Creek Beach
5/9/20 12:51 pm Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...> [Mendobirds] Pacific Golden-plover, Virgin Creek Beach
5/7/20 1:30 pm Charlene McAllister <charmac...> [Mendobirds] Semi-palmated Plover
 
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Date: 6/3/20 3:39 pm
From: buteosr via groups.io <buteosr=<yahoo.com...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] New sighting
on Monday I observed a pair of Eurasian Collared Doves on my rooftop, attracted to my feeding station. This is a new sighting on our land, Ridgeview Rd area

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Date: 6/2/20 4:20 pm
From: Ryan Keiffer <ryan.keiffer...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Grasshopper Sparrow - Hopland
Tuesday June 2, 2020- While driving for work via Mountain House Road I saw a adult GRASSHOPPER SPARROW near the "Mountain House Road Pass". This area has historically had them breeding here, which is why I slowed down in the first place. The bird was on the barbed wire fence, at this coordinate 38.913692, -123.087346.
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Ukiah, CA MEN

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Date: 5/30/20 6:05 pm
From: <pmgealey...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Male Rose-breasted Grosbeak
This bird has been hanging around our yard out on Simpson Lane today, enjoying sunflower seeds.
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Peter Gealey

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Date: 5/28/20 3:41 pm
From: David Barry <ramsman...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Rare sighting - some kind of jaeger?
Jeanne,
With the necklace, long pointed tail feathers, sure looks real good for a breeding plumage light morph PARASITIC JAEGER.
Good photos.
Dave BarrySanta Rosa.


On Thursday, May 28, 2020, 02:28:16 PM PDT, jackson_us <jackson2...> wrote:

She was at Gualala Point Regional Park, definitely on land!

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What a cool sighting! It does look like a Parasitic Jaeger! I have never
seen one.... flying over land or was she on a boat? Great shots, too!



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> 5/27/20 Gualala at sunset  Seen and photographed by Gail Jackson (no
> relation) at Gualala Point Regional Park at sunset yesterday. Diane
> Hichwa thinks it might be a Parasitic Jaeger. The bird was flying
> northward. Jeanne Jackson, Anchor Bay 
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Date: 5/28/20 2:28 pm
From: jackson_us <jackson2...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Rare sighting - some kind of jaeger?
She was at Gualala Point Regional Park, definitely on land!

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What a cool sighting! It does look like a Parasitic Jaeger! I have never
seen one.... flying over land or was she on a boat? Great shots, too!



On Thu, 28 May 2020 13:18:38 -0700, jackson_us <jackson2...> wrote:
> 5/27/20 Gualala at sunset Seen and photographed by Gail Jackson (no
> relation) at Gualala Point Regional Park at sunset yesterday. Diane
> Hichwa thinks it might be a Parasitic Jaeger. The bird was flying
> northward. Jeanne Jackson, Anchor Bay
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Date: 5/28/20 2:19 pm
From: Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Rare sighting - some kind of jaeger?
What a cool sighting! It does look like a Parasitic Jaeger! I have never
seen one.... flying over land or was she on a boat? Great shots, too!



On Thu, 28 May 2020 13:18:38 -0700, jackson_us <jackson2...> wrote:
> 5/27/20 Gualala at sunset Seen and photographed by Gail Jackson (no
> relation) at Gualala Point Regional Park at sunset yesterday. Diane
> Hichwa thinks it might be a Parasitic Jaeger. The bird was flying
> northward. Jeanne Jackson, Anchor Bay
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Date: 5/28/20 1:18 pm
From: jackson_us <jackson2...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Rare sighting - some kind of jaeger?
5/27/20 Gualala at sunset

Seen and photographed by Gail Jackson (no relation) at Gualala Point Regional Park at sunset yesterday. Diane Hichwa thinks it might be a Parasitic Jaeger. The bird was flying northward. Jeanne Jackson, Anchor Bay

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Date: 5/27/20 11:38 am
From: Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Red Phalarope, Virgin Creek Beach
My checklist is here:

https://ebird.org/checklist/S69721930



On Wed, 27 May 2020 09:49:13 -0700, "Lisa D. Walker, (Feather
Forestwalker)" <feather...> wrote:
> This morning after encountering a Willet on the north end of the main
> beach at Virgin Creek, I spotted a Red Phalarope just to the north of
that,
> near the flat island rock that Black-bellied Plovers love to hang out on
at
> low tide in winter. It was foraging along the shore there when I left
.....
> Roger Adamson just texted me to let me know he has eyes on it, so it is
> still there as of 9:48 AM. I first spotted it at 7:15 AM
>
> Happy Birding!
>
> Feather
>
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Date: 5/27/20 9:49 am
From: Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Red Phalarope, Virgin Creek Beach
This morning after encountering a Willet on the north end of the main
beach at Virgin Creek, I spotted a Red Phalarope just to the north of that,
near the flat island rock that Black-bellied Plovers love to hang out on at
low tide in winter. It was foraging along the shore there when I left .....
Roger Adamson just texted me to let me know he has eyes on it, so it is
still there as of 9:48 AM. I first spotted it at 7:15 AM

Happy Birding!

Feather

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Date: 5/26/20 11:39 am
From: Charlene McAllister <charmac...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Juvenile Peregrine Falcon
On May 15, Peggy Martin and I saw a Juvenile Peregrine, with an adult
perched on a tree on the bluffs at Little River Headlands. We were alerted
by hearing it begging. Haven' t seen it since.






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Date: 5/25/20 12:24 pm
From: John Gallo <gallo.ja...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Osprey at Ten Mile: early brood?
Thanks Jeanne for the Anchor Bay Osprey Update

Folks,

Do you think it is possible that the Osprey up here at Ten Mile had an
early brood that has already fledged?

maybe that hot and dry spell we had for the month of February triggered a
pair? I saw and heard what seemed like a newly fledged juvenile flying in
the area last Tuesday morning. It was doing quick, short wingbeats,
whistling shrilly and repeatedly, looked to have one of its central tail
feathers only about 7/8 length, flew to high altitude for no apparent
reason, when way up there it finally stopped flapping and did a real small
and awkward swoop down and up. After 3-5 tries at that in the next few
minutes it was swooping 3 times as far and much more gracefully... Sems
like signs of a juvenile but just seems way early based on my memory.

Any thoughts are welcome.

Thanks,

John

On Sun, May 24, 2020 at 1:55 PM jackson_us <jackson2...> wrote:

> 5/24/20
>
> I just checked the Osprey nest we watch through a spotting scope. Both
> adults were there and the female was feeding two little chicks! It’s the
> first time I’ve been able to see the chicks. The nest is deeper this year.
> It was a joy to see them.
>
> And a report on the Bald Eagles at the Gualala River. The female hasn’t
> been seen for several weeks. The male was seen a few days ago catching a
> lamprey and then flying up river. Maybe, just maybe, there is a nest in the
> Gualala River watershed.
>
> Jeanne Jackson
> Anchor Bay
>
>
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Date: 5/25/20 11:48 am
From: jackson_us <jackson2...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Osprey at Ten Mile: early brood?
In our experience watching Ospreys here, that would be WAY early. But you’ve described a fledgling, John, so I just don’t know. Jeanne

From: John Gallo
Sent: Monday, May 25, 2020 11:20 AM
To: jackson_us
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Subject: Osprey at Ten Mile: early brood?

Thanks Jeanne for the Anchor Bay Osprey Update

Folks,

Do you think it is possible that the Osprey up here at Ten Mile had an early brood that has already fledged?

maybe that hot and dry spell we had for the month of February triggered a pair? I saw and heard what seemed like a newly fledged juvenile flying in the area last Tuesday morning. It was doing quick, short wingbeats, whistling shrilly and repeatedly, looked to have one of its central tail feathers only about 7/8 length, flew to high altitude for no apparent reason, when way up there it finally stopped flapping and did a real small and awkward swoop down and up. After 3-5 tries at that in the next few minutes it was swooping 3 times as far and much more gracefully... Sems like signs of a juvenile but just seems way early based on my memory.

Any thoughts are welcome.

Thanks,

John

On Sun, May 24, 2020 at 1:55 PM jackson_us <jackson2...> wrote:

5/24/20

I just checked the Osprey nest we watch through a spotting scope. Both adults were there and the female was feeding two little chicks! It’s the first time I’ve been able to see the chicks. The nest is deeper this year. It was a joy to see them.

And a report on the Bald Eagles at the Gualala River. The female hasn’t been seen for several weeks. The male was seen a few days ago catching a lamprey and then flying up river. Maybe, just maybe, there is a nest in the Gualala River watershed.

Jeanne Jackson
Anchor Bay


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Date: 5/25/20 7:02 am
From: dhecomovich via groups.io <dheco=<me.com...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Missing Chestnut-backed Chickadee LAKE
I’ve had a pair of Chestnut-backed Chickadees nesting in a box in my back yard in Cobb for the first time. They just recently fledged.

Darlene Hecomovich
Cobb, LAKE
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Date: 5/24/20 6:03 pm
From: Diane Hichwa <dhichwa...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Missing Chestnut-backed Chickadee
We are seeing them in my neighborhood at Sea Ranch. Just watched a nest
hatch from a hole in a broken tree.
Diane Hichwa

Email: <dhichwa...>

Telephone: 707-785-1922 (Sea Ranch)
707-483-3130 (cell)
More Tail Wagging!!! Less Barking!!
Millie 2007

From: <Mendobirds...> on behalf of Caryl Carr <carylc...>
Date: Sunday, May 24, 2020 at 2:30 PM
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Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Missing Chestnut-backed Chickadee

I monitor a nest box trail in the SF bay area. The number of
chestnut-backed chickadees using my boxes this year is about half the number
I usually get.

--caryl carr

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> Where Darliss and I live in Brooktrails we have only a limited number of
> birds, both resident and migrants. However, Chestnut-backed Chickadees have
> been one of the spices always present in our yard at our feeders water
> stations. That is until this early spring. Since mid February we have not
> observed a single chickadee. Has anyone else found them to be missing?
> Luck!
> F&D Sanderson
> Brooktrails
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Date: 5/24/20 5:57 pm
From: CARYL CARR <carylc...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Missing Chestnut-backed Chickadee
I monitor a nest box trail in the SF bay area. The number of
chestnut-backed chickadees using my boxes this year is about half the
number I usually get.

--caryl carr

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> Where Darliss and I live in Brooktrails we have only a limited number of
> birds, both resident and migrants. However, Chestnut-backed Chickadees have
> been one of the spices always present in our yard at our feeders water
> stations. That is until this early spring. Since mid February we have not
> observed a single chickadee. Has anyone else found them to be missing?
> Luck!
> F&D Sanderson
> Brooktrails
>
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Date: 5/24/20 2:01 pm
From: darliss60 via groups.io <darliss60=<yahoo.com...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Missing Chestnut-backed Chickadee
Where Darliss and I live in Brooktrails we have only a limited number of birds, both resident and migrants. However, Chestnut-backed Chickadees have been one of the spices always present in our yard at our feeders water stations. That is until this early spring. Since mid February we have not observed a single chickadee. Has anyone else found them to be missing?Luck!F&D Sanderson Brooktrails 

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Date: 5/24/20 1:55 pm
From: jackson_us <jackson2...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Osprey nest we watch in Anchor Bay
5/24/20

I just checked the Osprey nest we watch through a spotting scope. Both adults were there and the female was feeding two little chicks! It’s the first time I’ve been able to see the chicks. The nest is deeper this year. It was a joy to see them.

And a report on the Bald Eagles at the Gualala River. The female hasn’t been seen for several weeks. The male was seen a few days ago catching a lamprey and then flying up river. Maybe, just maybe, there is a nest in the Gualala River watershed.

Jeanne Jackson
Anchor Bay

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Date: 5/21/20 5:19 pm
From: Roger Adamson <radamson...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Wilson's Warbler nest in our yard
While clearing an area at the back of our garden I nearly stepped on a
Wilson's Warbler nest. The adult was rather put out and chipped at me for
quite a while until I figured out what was going on. I had never seen a
Wilson's Warbler nest so took time to get the camera and photograph it.
The nest is in a tangle of ivy, blackberries, and geranium, about a foot
off the ground in shade near a fir and some kind of pine. After taking the
photos, I replaced some of the geranium branches to give the bird some
cover and shade. She returned and continued incubating the eggs. It's a
really cute nest and she has 4 eggs in it. Photos on the eBird list:
https://ebird.org/checklist/S69432198
I guess cleaning out the yard will have to wait!
Roger Adamson
Fort Bragg


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Date: 5/20/20 10:20 am
From: jim lomax <sdrib...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Bristle-thighed Curlew
FYI

So that everyone has a notice and chance to look for one of these birds:

Be advised that yesterday a Snowy Plover researcher found this bird on a beach in Marin County. Due to the fact that the area is closed to the public it was not posted. I saw two in 1998, one in Marin and one in Del Norte both within a day of each other, thus, they can be here in multiples. So if you are out on the coast of California you may want to take a closer look at those Whimbrels. 1998 was the last time they were here.
Jim


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Date: 5/19/20 2:15 pm
From: Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Yellow-breasted Chat, Ten Mile River area
This morning I got a recording of a bird that was singing some very odd,
funny songs in the bushes along the river. He never showed himself, but
when I compared my recording to that of a Yellow-breasted Chat after
someone on the ABA What's This Bird? Facebook page suggested that species,
it matches. I think I have only ever seen ONE Yellow-breasted Chat in my
life here on the Mendocino coast. I hope he sticks around. If anyone wants
the recording, it's a cruddy video but the sound seems good. E mail me and
I will send you the video clip that is just under a minute long.

Lisa D Walker-Roseman, Fort Bragg-Cleone

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Date: 5/17/20 7:26 pm
From: Tim Bray <tbray...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Orchard Oriole fly-by
17 May 2020 - This afternoon while watching activity at the bird
feeder, we had a striking female Orchard Oriole appear. She inspected
the (sunflower-seed) feeder, found no fruit, and flew away.

We saw the bird through a window. It first appeared facing toward us,
showing a bright yellow chest and belly (and under tail); when it
turned its head, we could see the oriole-shaped bill and head. We did
not see any dark markings on its throat or face. When it turned
sideways and then flew off, we could see its back was greenish and
there were two narrow white wing-bars.

We ruled out Bullock's by the lack of eye-line and the yellow belly.
We had recently seen a female Hooded Oriole and this bird differed in
being more brightly colored overall, and more greenish on the back
(the Hooded was drabber and grayish), and the two narrow wing-bars; it
also seemed shorter-tailed.

Unfortunately it did not stay around for photos, or even close
inspection with optics. Should have had oranges out!

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Cheers,
Tim
Mendocino Coast Audubon Society
Ecology Hour
Oak & Thorn
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Date: 5/16/20 10:41 pm
From: marisela de santa anna <mdsa1955...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Nashville warblers
5-16-20 At 8 am this  morning  we heard 4 Nashville warblers singing saw two of them along Baechtel Creek on Muir Mill Road in Willits. We have had an unusual number of Nashville warblers singing on our land and in the Muir Mill canyon in Willits this spring. Has anyone else noticed this? Also the Swainsons thrushes began singing here about 10 days ago.

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Date: 5/16/20 7:37 pm
From: Chuck & Barbara Vaughn via groups.io <cevaughn=<pacific.net...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Costa's Hummingbird Ukiah 5/16/2020
Greetings Mendobirders- Barbara and I watched an adult male Costa's
Hummingbird visit our feeders a number of times late this afternoon. We
have not seen it since it started to rain here at 5:30.

Chuck Vaughn



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Date: 5/16/20 1:28 pm
From: Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Any more Scissor-tailed Flycatcher location clues?
I did not go back to the lighthouse this morning. I did search the
headlands on the north side of Virgin Creek. Not there. As Roger suggested,
Newport might be the place to check. I would have gone this morning except
that I did not call ahead to make sure it was OK to do so... there's a
storm brewing, so I will sit this one out.

If anyone does see him again, please report here?

Lisa D Walker-Roseman, Fort Bragg-Cleone



On Sat, 16 May 2020 09:47:21 -0700, John Gallo <gallo.ja...> wrote:
> Any updates anyone? Any guesses if he will head (headed?) North or
> South?  Has anyone checked Noyo Coastal trail for him?   Heading out
> with my kids for an hour to see if we can find him.
> On Fri, May 15, 2020 at 10:30 AM Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker)
> wrote:
> I arrived at the road in front of the parking area of the lighthouse at
7
> AM and made it to the lighthouse by 7:15. I waited until almost 9 AM.
No
> sign of him. I walked north along the headlands trail to Frolic Cove
and
> then cut across the field with no luck. Spotted a lot of Barn and
> Northern
> Rough-winged Swallows, American Goldfinches, Swainsons Thrush, Spotted
> Towhee, Song, Savannah and White-crowned Sparrows, signs of Turkeys,
> Pacific-slope Flycatchers and out on the bluffs Black Oystercatchers,
> Pelagic Cormorants, and Pigeon Guillemots.
>
> Happy Birding (anyway)
>
> Lisa D Walker-Roseman, Fort Bragg-Cleone
>
> Saw: Roger Foote, Jim Lomax and Larry Knowles.
>
>
>
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Date: 5/16/20 10:00 am
From: Roger Adamson <radamson...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Scissor-tail search
I checked Glass Beach area, the Alder Street entrance area and looked from the parking lot at the Noyo Headlands Park south entrance this morning. No luck. Bald Hill Road and Newport Ranch Inn areas could be checked.
Good luck
ROger Adamson
Fort Bragg

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Date: 5/16/20 9:49 am
From: John Gallo <gallo.ja...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Any more Scissor-tailed Flycatcher location clues?
Any updates anyone? Any guesses if he will head (headed?) North or South?
Has anyone checked Noyo Coastal trail for him? Heading out with my kids
for an hour to see if we can find him.

On Fri, May 15, 2020 at 10:30 AM Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <
<feather...> wrote:

> I arrived at the road in front of the parking area of the lighthouse at 7
> AM and made it to the lighthouse by 7:15. I waited until almost 9 AM. No
> sign of him. I walked north along the headlands trail to Frolic Cove and
> then cut across the field with no luck. Spotted a lot of Barn and Northern
> Rough-winged Swallows, American Goldfinches, Swainson's Thrush, Spotted
> Towhee, Song, Savannah and White-crowned Sparrows, signs of Turkeys,
> Pacific-slope Flycatchers and out on the bluffs Black Oystercatchers,
> Pelagic Cormorants, and Pigeon Guillemots.
>
> Happy Birding (anyway)
>
> Lisa D Walker-Roseman, Fort Bragg-Cleone
>
> Saw: Roger Foote, Jim Lomax and Larry Knowles.
>
>
>
>

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Date: 5/15/20 10:30 am
From: Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] No Scissor-tailed Flycatcher this morning
I arrived at the road in front of the parking area of the lighthouse at 7
AM and made it to the lighthouse by 7:15. I waited until almost 9 AM. No
sign of him. I walked north along the headlands trail to Frolic Cove and
then cut across the field with no luck. Spotted a lot of Barn and Northern
Rough-winged Swallows, American Goldfinches, Swainson's Thrush, Spotted
Towhee, Song, Savannah and White-crowned Sparrows, signs of Turkeys,
Pacific-slope Flycatchers and out on the bluffs Black Oystercatchers,
Pelagic Cormorants, and Pigeon Guillemots.

Happy Birding (anyway)

Lisa D Walker-Roseman, Fort Bragg-Cleone

Saw: Roger Foote, Jim Lomax and Larry Knowles.

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Date: 5/14/20 3:40 pm
From: Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Flycatcher photos
Not as good as Roger's shots.... the first time I ever saw this species
was on June 5, 1989 in my front yard in Fort Bragg, CA off Woodward Street
(when I lived there). What a magnificent bird! Hoping it's still there
early tomorrow as I hope to get more photos...


Happy Birding!

Lisa Walker-Roseman,
Fort Bragg-Cleone

PS. To Sue: PECO photos privately

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Date: 5/14/20 3:07 pm
From: Chuck & Barbara Vaughn via groups.io <cevaughn=<pacific.net...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Fly photos
Eighth count record going back to 1966. Interesting that 3 of them have
been from Pt Cabrillo. Indeed, thank you to Sarah Grimes!




> May 14, 2020
> I added a few photos of the Scissor-tailed Flycatcher to the eBird list
> here:
> https://ebird.org/checklist/S69041236
> And there are more photos here:
> https://radamson.smugmug.com/VariousBirds/Scissor-tailed-Flycatcher-Mendo-Coast/
>
> What a beautiful bird. Must be a male with the really long tail. These are
> common in central south plains states, but only the second I have seen in
> California.
>
> Thanks, Sarah Grimes!! Great find.
>
> Roger Adamson
> Fort Bragg
>
>
>
>
>


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Ukiah, CA


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Date: 5/14/20 2:35 pm
From: Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher continues on the north side of the
lighthouse. He was swooping around catching insects. I heard him call a few
times, as well....


Looks like a gorgeous male to me! I will be sending photos later. Thanks
to Sarah Grimes! :)

Lisa D Walker-Roseman,
Fort Bragg-Cleone

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Date: 5/14/20 1:59 pm
From: Roger Adamson <radamson...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Fly photos
May 14, 2020
I added a few photos of the Scissor-tailed Flycatcher to the eBird list here:
https://ebird.org/checklist/S69041236
And there are more photos here:
https://radamson.smugmug.com/VariousBirds/Scissor-tailed-Flycatcher-Mendo-Coast/

What a beautiful bird. Must be a male with the really long tail. These are
common in central south plains states, but only the second I have seen in
California.

Thanks, Sarah Grimes!! Great find.

Roger Adamson
Fort Bragg


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Date: 5/14/20 11:25 am
From: Jessica Morton <jessica...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Flycatcher
Refound on Thursday morning between 10:15-11:10, just where Roger indicated. Lovely sallies out and back to low perches just above grass, in field north of the Pt. Cabrillo Lighthouse.

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Date: 5/14/20 9:07 am
From: Roger Adamson <radamson...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Fly
The scissor-tailed Flycatcher is still near the Cabrillo Light. Right now on the headlands just north of the light.

RHA

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Date: 5/14/20 8:25 am
From: Roger Adamson <radamson...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Clay-colored Sp Noyo Headlands
Clay-colored Sparrow at Noyo Headlands Park this morning in the parking lot, south side. Flew east into the ravine area about 7:45.

Roger Adamson
Fort Bragg

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Date: 5/13/20 7:12 pm
From: David Jensen <djensen...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Scissor-tailed Flycatcher at Point Cabrillo
13-May-2020.

Sarah Grimes photographed a Scissor-tailed Flycatcher at Point Cabrillo
Light Station Historical Park, just south of Caspar, Mendocino County,
today.




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Date: 5/9/20 12:53 pm
From: Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...>
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Pacific Golden-plover, Virgin Creek Beach
My eBird Checklist is here: https://ebird.org/checklist/S68714039 - Beach
side

https://ebird.org/checklist/S68715427 - Enchanted Forest Trail side




On Sat, 09 May 2020 12:51:02 -0700, "Lisa D. Walker, (Feather
Forestwalker)" <feather...> wrote:
> On the first day of opening of our state parks on the Mendocino Coast, I
> got to bird Virgin Creek Beach and the Enchanted Forest Trail.... the
first
> bird I saw on the beach was a Pacific Golden-plover, possible female,
> getting its breeding plumage. Have attached photos
>
> Happy Birding!
>
> Lisa D Walker-Roseman, Fort Bragg-Cleone
>
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Date: 5/9/20 12:51 pm
From: Lisa D. Walker, (Feather Forestwalker) <feather...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Pacific Golden-plover, Virgin Creek Beach
On the first day of opening of our state parks on the Mendocino Coast, I
got to bird Virgin Creek Beach and the Enchanted Forest Trail.... the first
bird I saw on the beach was a Pacific Golden-plover, possible female,
getting its breeding plumage. Have attached photos

Happy Birding!

Lisa D Walker-Roseman, Fort Bragg-Cleone

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Date: 5/7/20 1:30 pm
From: Charlene McAllister <charmac...>
Subject: [Mendobirds] Semi-palmated Plover
Louise Mariana reported today seeing a breeding plumage SEMI-PALMATED PLOVER
on Spring Ranch property/Van Damme State Park. She reported it was on the
flat rocks on the southern border of the Spring Ranch section of the park.



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