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Old Tuesday 15th March 2011, 10:46   #3
loranfrfr
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Hi Chris

I ended up switching to California, in a beautifull lodge in Sequoia National Park. The lodge was perfect, located in the middle of the park. The name of the place was Wuksachi Lodge. There was some mountain quails and olive sided flycatchers singing in the morning, it was really perfect. Other birds of interest were hermit warblers, white headed woodpeckers, which were my target species for that trip. My lists are in Ebird, if you want to check them out. Only slight downside in going to that place in June, is that it is a tiny bit early to go at very high elevation, so I got skunked on the Calliope Hummingbird. But all the other birds were wonderfull. It was really relaxing for the whole family, and the lodge was really clean and confortable
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