Checklist S57063760

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Owner Adrian Hinkle

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Traveling
  • 2
  • 0.5 mi

Observations

  1. Number observed: 1
  2. Number observed: 6
  3. Number observed: 2
  4. Number observed: 2
  5. Number observed: 1
  6. Number observed: 1
  7. Number observed: 1
  8. Number observed: 1
  9. Number observed: 14
  10. Number observed: 5
  11. Number observed: 1
  12. Number observed: 22
  13. Number observed: 1
  14. Number observed: 2
  15. Number observed: 2

    Comments: Slurred whistle.

  16. Pacific-slope/Cordilleran Flycatcher (Western Flycatcher)

    Number observed: 8

    Comments: Seen only and/or tink note only.

  17. Number observed: 2
  18. solitary vireo sp.

    Number observed: 1

    Comments: Heard. Could I guess have been another similar vireo. Sweet sounding, not as fast or pronounced as revi. In far south end, just north of that parking area, in line of trees.

  19. Number observed: 2

    Comments: One singing.

  20. Number observed: 2
  21. Number observed: 1
  22. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Sipping water at the pond.

  23. Number observed: 3
  24. Number observed: 1
  25. Number observed: 2
  26. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Late.

  27. Number observed: 20
  28. Number observed: 10
  29. Number observed: 6
  30. Number observed: 10
  31. Number observed: 8
  32. Number observed: 3

    Comments: One juv, presumably fledged locally but moving around a bit.

  33. Number observed: 3
  34. Number observed: 2
  35. Number observed: 30
  36. Number observed: 1

    Comments: In thick cane bushes near petting zoo. Got great looks on a couple occasions. Silent and stayed on ground. Walking slowly along ground; plump warbler with short tail; thick black streaks on white underparts; white eyering; orange crown bordered by black. Unmistakable.

  37. Number observed: 1

    Comments: About 10 minutes before arriving at Galileo Hill, we read that Tom Wurster had found an adult male Mourning Warbler. Upon arriving, we checked in at the office and ran into Tom on the nearby lawn. After a couple minutes of talking (he gave us directions to the warbler; two redstarts were flitting around while we chatted) we headed over to the lawn just southeast of the petting zoo. He had seen it there about two hours prior. Soon the bird flushed up from the weedy grass along a tree-lined berm, and perched for nice views about 5 feet up the trees (mixture of deciduous species; ground cover was not very dense). Twice it gave a distinctive chik note; we didn't hear it sing, but Tom did. We returned a few times throughout the afternoon and saw it twice more.

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  38. Number observed: 3

    Comments: One adult male (singing) and one female were in the willows and cottonwoods by the pond near the front office. A singing male was also at the far south end in a cottonwood over the parking lot.

  39. Number observed: 2

    Comments: Singing males heard.

  40. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Seems late.

  41. Number observed: 9
  42. warbler sp. (Parulidae sp.)

    Number observed: 1

    Comments: Singing in main parking lot trees. Maybe a parula but only sang twice.

  43. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Male

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