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Mcgillivray’s push and another Orchard

9:02 am

Given that McGillivrays Warbler is a very uncommon coastal migrant, the fact I’ve heard about three already this morning, Sunday, before 9:00 a.m. suggests there’s a reasonable flight of them today. I had one at Pantoja Park this morning with the Chestnut sided that continues, Barbara W. had one at Chollas Reservoir, and Bridget had one at Doyle Park, where she also had a singing Orchard Oriole. Seem to be a reasonable number of Orange crowns and Yellow rumps around today. The private property Hepatic Tanager continues early this morning in Tierrasanta, just about the latest I’ve ever had it stay.

Paul Lehman, San Diego