Harris' Sparrow, Vermillion Flycatcher continue

Observers: Matt Brady, David Vander Pluym, Daryl Coldren
Email: podoces at yahoo dot com
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Date: 11/30/2004
Time: 01:41 PM -0500


Hi Eastside birders. Sorry for the late report, but the female Vermillion Flycatcher behind the Bishop Sewage Treatment Plant and the Harris' Sparrow both continued on Thursday, Nov. 25 (Thanksgiving). The VEFL put in a brief appearance on a willow tree at the north end of the small duckweed-covered pond east of the STP. The HASP [at Millpond] was hanging out with some White-crowns on the east side of the little creek next to the horseshoe pits [near the concession area]. Also, at Crowley Lake in Mono County, we found 6 Snow Geese, 10-12 Cackling Geese, 10 Tundra Swans, and 10-12 Greater White-fronted Geese. These birds were at the north end of the Lake, around the Owens River mouth. Good birding, Matt Brady