Tuesday at Lindo Lake
This morning I did the hike around Lindo Lake. The Gray Flycatcher was still hanging out around the eastern end of the seasonal pond, just north of where the stream channel comes into the east basin in the small leafless trees immediately east of the footpath that's closest to the lake. The previously reported Sapsucker was not located. The starling-blackbird flock was right by the parking lot on the north side of the lake, and had easily thirty or more Trikes in it. Nice to see the threatened species seems to be doing well there. Also Allen’s hummers in two different places atop trees along the north side of the main pond. And TEN species of ducks in the east basin, including a large number of Canvasbacks. The 2 White-fronted Geese were snoozing on the grass between the north parking lot and the lake.
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