linda.mullen at outlook.com
Sun Apr 8 15:35:22 PDT 2018
I was out mid-day in the cold and wind, but managed to find a bushtit building her nest in a pink and green shrub; a Bewicks wren; and a golden crowned sparrow, still looking more like winter than breeding plumage.
And of course, many of the birds one would expect for the middle of a cold April day. Redwing blackbirds, Violet Green swallows, a couple barn swallows, towhee, song sparrow and both varieties of yellow-rumps. My first pied billed grebes of the year, alongside northern shovelers, mallards, gadwalls, and coots.
I was mostly in the eastern wetland area, I believe.
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