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Birding Southern California

Posted Thursday 26th June 2014 at 00:06 by hotspot birding
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Traveling back and forth up the canyon road winding in and around mountains reminded me of when I was a child growing up in California when we went camping and I would get car sick every trip. I tried to avoid thinking of that, but in all honesty had to make a couple stops to make sure I didnít barf. The 26 mile trip up to the Chairlo Visitor Center seemed much longer than I expected. The visitor center was empty and there were only a couple patrons driving in and out. I turned...
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Exciting times ahead - the waders are coming!

Posted Saturday 21st June 2014 at 22:48 by Rick and Elis
I know it is mid summer and most northern hemisphere birders are not thinking yet about autumn migration but if you happen to be a male Buff-breasted Sandpiper or a female which has failed to breed, you may well already be on your way south...http://www.waderquest.org/2014/06/ex...mes-ahead.html
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Pond of Soto de las Juntas 2

Posted Friday 20th June 2014 at 06:38 by Moncho
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We continued our walk on Sunday June 8 at the Pond of Soto de las Juntas. A coot, of course, was the first thing I saw in the second observatory
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Pond of Soto de las Juntas

Posted Monday 16th June 2014 at 06:50 by Moncho
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I took a walk with my baby last Sunday morning along the eastern side of the pond of Soto de las Juntas. The first remarkable thing I saw after leaving the parking was the usual large number of black kites over the lagoon and the surrounding forest. I saw up to nine simultaneously. They chase dramatically in the mate.
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Wader Quest; New Project

Posted Friday 13th June 2014 at 11:46 by Rick and Elis
Magellanic Plovers are little studied and understood, there is no clear picture about their population size and whether or not the perceived decline in their numbers is due to a change in habits or a genuine decline. http://www.waderquest.org/2014/06/wa...w-project.html
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