Tundra Swan Mission Bay, miscellanea
Visiting out of town birder Elias Elias reports an (the?) immature Tundra Swan is currently hauled out at Crown Point at the Kendall Frost reserve, out from the observation platform, at the north end of Mission Bay as of 9:00 a.m. Saturday morning.
I am walking around residential Coronado with low numbers of birds and have had a Costas hummingbird and two bullocks orioles and a Wilson's warbler. Yesterday, Friday, I had a rare at this season Pacific-slope Flycatcher at the top end of Nestor Park, and the "Yellow" Palm Warbler continues in the TRV community gardens and has now grown back 2/3 of its tail.
Paul Lehman, San Diego
Source: SanDiegoRegionBirding Latest Reports