A walk around Salt Point this morning turned up a pair of BLUE-GRAY 
GNATCATCHERS, foraging and calling “spee” to one another. Most of the nest 
boxes appeared to be occupied by Tree Swallows - until I noticed House Sparrows 
commanding two of them. 

Half a dozen Barn Swallows were flitting over the creek, joined by a single N 
Rough-winged Swallow. Lots of Song Sparrows, a couple of Northern Flickers, and 
a distant pair of Tufted Titmice. No other sparrows, warblers (no Yellow-rumped 
yet), or orioles - still too early. An Osprey on the eastern-most nest platform.

Bob McGuire
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