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Old Tuesday 22nd August 2017, 09:12   #1
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Suggestion for birding locations in southern California in November

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I will spend some days in Los Angeles next November, and I am planning to extend my stay there for 4-5 days to do some birdings. Could anybody indicate me some good places to do some birdings in southern California?.

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Too bad for the lack of response, Antonio. I myself may be going to south central California in December so I was interested in your question. You might find some answers by buying an ABA guide:
https://www.aba.org/siteguides/scal.html
You could also use eBird, especially if you have specific target species.
From Ventura, a boat trip to Santa Cruz island where the endemic Island Scrub Jay is found also has the potential for pelagic species as well as whales.


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There's some pretty good information in The Opus Location section for California.

Hope you find that of interest too, and have a lovely holiday Antonio.
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Old Tuesday 10th October 2017, 17:00   #4
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Thank you for your information. Finally I bought the ABA guide.

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