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Mountain Bluebirds

It’s been noted that Mountain Bluebirds have been scarce or completely absent this winter from one of their usual regular wintering sites, along Rangeland Road in the Ramona Grasslands.  This morning I found a bunch of them along Highland Valley road, about 2/3 of the way between where Rangeland Rod begins and the parking/trailhead area to the west.  They were on the right (north) side of the road.  There is a dirt turn-out area on the south side of the road at that spot, and the MOBLs were sitting on the fence on the north side of the road.  There was a least one (maybe 2) males and at least two females in the group, maybe more out in the field. This could be the Rangeland Road flock just trying out a new field this winter.  There was also a large group of Lark Sparrows right there (south side of road) as well. If you don’t have Mtn Bluebird on your 2020 list as yet, this would be a good place go look. 

Phil Pryde
San Diego

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