Monday, January 30, 2017

Nashviles, Harris's, White-Eyed Vireos at Santa Ana

     Lovely morning for a walk at Santa Ana. Our goal was to find the Warbler flock  which the Parulas were hanging with.  But that was not to be but we saw a few.  After searching the parking lot trees we came upon four Harris's Hawks on Willow Trail.  The Warblers  were  few along the trail mostly Orange-crowned and Nashvilles and a White-eyed Vireo.   At Willow Lake  Pintails were square dancing or in a  pre-mating ritual.

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