Shenandoah Valley warbler
Posted 14 May 2012 - 04:29 AM
2013 New Year's Resolutions:
Get my lifelist to 300, GOT IT #300 was Blue-footed Booby!
Finally get Vesper Sparrow and Mountain Quail. Got Mountain Quail 8/5. YAY!!!
Top my previous single year best (2011-253) Did it! Painted Redstart made 253 and Clapper Rail made 254. With my latest lifer (see below) I am at 260 as of 12/16.
Now the only thing left to do is find a Vesper Sparrow. GOT IT!!!
Vesper Sparrow; Cooperstown Rd., Stanislaus County, CA, 12/16/13
Clapper Rail; Arrowhead Marsh, Oakland, CA, 11/16/13
Painted Redstart; Lewiston Ave., Berkeley, CA, 11/16/13
Blue-footed Booby; Gull Rock, Marin County, CA, 11/3/13
Northern Waterthrush; Modesto Wastewater Treatment Facility, Modesto, CA, 10/27/13
Favorite Recent Birds (non-lifers):
Blue-winged Teal, Sandhill Crane, Great Horned Owl; Vic Fazio Wildlife Area, Yolo County, CA, 12/1/13
TWO Greater Roadrunners; Dinosaur Point Rd., Merced and Santa Clara Counties, 11/25/13
Lewis's Woodpecker; Dinosaur Point Rd., Merced County, CA, 11/25/13
Sage Thrasher; Romero Visitor Center, San Luis Reservoir, Merced County, CA, 11/25/13
White-winged Scoter; O'Niel Forebay, Merced County, CA, 11/25/13
Posted 14 May 2012 - 11:21 AM
Life list: 361
Latest: Wilson's Plover, Lark Sparrow, Elegant Tern, Northern Lapwing, King Rail, Snail Kite, Bachman's Sparrow, Red-cockaded Woodpecker, Bronzed Cowbird, Purple Swamphen.
Posted 14 May 2012 - 02:15 PM
While the coloring may look a bit subdued, I am pretty sure this may be a male. Those connected wingbars are a male fieldmark and after double checking all my references... they say females show 2 distinct seperate wingbars
Agree with male Blackburnian for these reasons.
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