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Re: Gray Flycatcher at Lindo Lake

Although not unusual for this location at this time of year, will
add that there was a beautiful male Canvasback and several Redheads
in the lake that is dry during the summer. Not a single shorebird
today, and try as we might we were unable to find any Sapsuckers.

Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs

Source: SanDiegoRegionBirding Latest Reports

North Parula

I observed several Northern Parulas actively feeding along Bayshore Dr-Agua Hedionda nature trail, south and where it runs to the east along with Yellow-rumps.
Bright yellow neck and throat and neck, greenish blue back with yellow wash in middle of back, 2 strong wing bars, eye ring.
No photo but unmistakable

Andy Brumbaugh
Carlsbad
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Gray Flycatcher at Lindo Lake

Gray Flycatcher at Lindo Lake. Coordinates below. Area where Vermillion was in past years.

Latitude: 32.85784
Longitude: -116.91331
Altitude: 376 ft
Accuracy: 14 ft

http://maps.google.com/?q=32.85784,-116.91331

Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs. 

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Lisa Ruby
Sabre Springs
Source: SanDiegoRegionBirding Latest Reports

Long-billed Curlews

This morning there were 6 Long-billed Curlews on the ballfields (8:00 am) at Louise Fousatt Elementary School on Pala Rd in Oceanside.  This field has been good for Canada Geese in the past. Photo on the eBird report:

https://ebird.org/checklist/S61899079

Sincerely,

Denise Riddle 


Denise Riddle
Oceanside
Source: SanDiegoRegionBirding Latest Reports

Clay-colored Sparrow, Old Sea World Dr.

Casey Richart just texted me to say he has a Clay-colored Sparrow along Old Sea World Dr., north side of the San Diego River, east of the West Mission Bay Dr. bridge. The bird was perched on the east end of the fence with all of the wildlife paintings. (The "San Diego River–estuary" eBird hotspot.)
Justyn Stahl

Source: SanDiegoRegionBirding Latest Reports