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Point Loma Palm Warbler, White-winged Dove, Calliope Hummingbirds

Point Loma Palm Warbler, White-winged Dove, Calliope Hummingbirds
By – 9:27 am
On Wednesday morning, following an early- morning check of Fort Rosecrans cemetery which produced a total of zero migrants, I moved up to Point Loma residential and PLNU and had scattered small number of migrants, including the continuing Palm Warbler, today in the pink flowered eucalyptus along the immediate south edge of the parking structure on campus, a vagrant White-winged Dove on wires in the neighborhood immediately to the east of the myoporum patch near the south end of PLNU, and two or three male Calliope Hummingbirds. The hummers are all in bottle brush, but unfortunately as has been the case in the last number of years, the increasing numbers of marauding Allen’s hummingbirds prevent many of these birds from settling in at the same bush for any length of time. The first was chased out of a bottle brush hedge near the dead end on Dudley, another was very briefly present at bottle brush and Pride of Madera near the south end of Albion, and then the bird that might actually be able to stick around is in the large, heavily blooming bottle brush at the very south end of Gage.Paul Lehman, San DiegoSent from the all new AOL app for Android