Lake Hodges Field Trip Report, March 17, 2018

19 birders braved about an hour of light drizzle to discover 57 species. Once the rain stopped and the sun poked through, it was a pleasant day. Here is the list:

American Wigeon
Cinnamon Teal
California quail
Western grebe
Clark’s grebe
American White Pelican
Double crested cormorant
Great blue heron
Great egret
Snowy egret
Turkey vulture
Cooper’s Hawk
Red-shouldered hawk
Red-tailed hawk
American kestrel
American coot
Spotted sandpiper
Ring-billed gull
Forster’s tern
Mourning dove
Anna’s hummingbird
Acorn woodpecker
Nuttal’s woodpecker
Black phoebe
Say’s phoebe
Cassin’s kingbird
California scrub jay
American crow
Violet-green swallow
Northern Rough-winged swallow
Cliff Swallow
Barn Swallow
Oak Titmouse
White-breasted nuthatch
House wren
Ruby-crowned kinglet
California Gnatcatcher
Western bluebird
Northern mockingbird
California thrasher
European starling
Orange-crowned warbler
Yellow-rumped warbler
Spotted towhee
California towhee
Song sparrow
Lincoln’s sparrow
White-crowned sparrow
Dark-eyed junco
Red-winged blackbird
Great-tailed grackle
House finch
Lesser Goldfinch

Hal Benham

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