Marine Nature Study Area, Oceanside   21 Sep

Finally a few migrants today, namely: several PALM WARBLERS and several 
SAVANNAH SPARROWS plus an EASTERN PHOEBE . A MARSH WREN that showed up 
yesterday and still here today is also probably a migrant along with a 
cooperative GREEN HERON.  Shorebirds still not moving in; Forster's Terns 
lingering.

The RED CANA LILIES continue to attract RUBY-THROATED HUMMINGBIRDS. In a space 
of 17 minutes (digital cameras time stamp the images), I managed to take 60 
photos with my point and shoot super zoom, a third presentable for ID and a few 
OK (Wings blurred in all cases). Review of the photos showed at least 2 
different birds.

Sy Schiff
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