[Fosc] Fosc Digest, Vol 67, Issue 4

MC shreemary at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 19 21:31:40 PDT 2010


Mark,
Thanks for the report.  Sounds great!
when is the next one?  Are they scheduled on a particular day every 3 months?
Thanks,
mary  

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>    1. last sat. birding (mjrauz at aol.com)
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> Birding on Saturday was a view of summer's production.
> Camille Nowell and I found California quail at our new
> restoration site at Sequoia bowl at Skyline. This is a
> specie found only here in the watershed to my knowledge. At
> the Joaquin Miller Court we saw baby trout and baby Wilson's
> warblers; at the Demonstration garden in Dimond Park, we
> found that the Cooper's Hawk had fledged 2-3 young. One was
> carrying and eating a dead pigeon (yea!) and another had a
> towel-like fabric on its foot (boo-I hope it wasn't stuck).
> There were many baby song sparrows produced this season and
> some will fall prey to the hawk family. Wood park is looking
> fabulous due to all the efforts at clean-up and planting,
> and the Fruitvale Bridge may have had a falcon chick, we
> couldn't be sure. But we have heard that two of the three
> chicks raised there have died. It's tough being a bird.
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> Mark Rauzon
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> ps/ I heard there was an insect monitoring event on Sunday-
> anybody have results?
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