Various rarities continued this morning, 26 Sep, at FRNC:
In the northwest section were the YELLOW-GREEN VIREO in the same ficus trees as reported yesterday and the OVENBIRD under the eucalyptus trees just outside the northern fence line, possibly the same Ovenbird seen and reported earlier this morning by the dip. The CLAY-COLORED SPARROW was along the road near the dip with a Chipping Sparrow companion.
In the northeast section were at least one of the CHESTNUT-SIDED WARBLERS in the ficus and a BALTIMORE ORIOLE along the northern fence line.
Mostly just the reporter,
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