Balboa Park, 6 warbler tree
At 10 this morning (2/7/20), I birded east Balboa Park (28th and Beech) north of the restrooms where the BLACK-AND-WHITE WARBLER is usually seen. I found it and a NORTHERN PARULA (eye-arcs, yellow breast with a weak band, gray head, white underneath, two white wing bars). Also present was a NASHVILLE WARBLER, the usual yellow-rumpeds, an orange-crowned, and a Townsend’s warbler. All were in the same tree.
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