Date and Effort
Tue Apr 03, 2018 5:30 PM
- Party Size:
- 2 hour(s)
- 0.15 mile(s)
- Holly Coates
- Ditched both work (for the second time today), and my visiting family, for a second shot at the Harris's Sparrow. (And it paid off!)
- Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.6.36
1 species total
Continuing (first reported this morning on the Yolo side by Emmett Iverson). Seen at 17:50, and again at 18:30 in the extensive cluster of dead branches just southeast of 38.5161,-122.0599 (also in the small adjacent tree in the attached photos). Loosely associating with a flock of GCSP, but they were moving around within 25m east, west, and south of the downed trees, and I strongly suspect that the HASP was on the ground at that spot the whole time I was present. It looked on the verge of crossing into Yolo when I got the pictures, but ended up staying on the Solano side. Possibly vocalizing, but it was difficult to pick out of the GCSP chorus.
Are you submitting a complete checklist of the birds you were able to identify?