Monthly Archives: September 2014

Sabines Gulls!

Today, I went cycling near Sunnyvale WPCP, and went to look for the junville Sabines Gull people have been talking at.  She/he was swimming near the farthest end of the east pond !  What a beauty!  Today,  I saw many swallows with … Continue reading

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American Goldfinch!!?

  Today, we welcomed the first visitor to the nyjer seed feeder.  A small bird with yellow belly…. I think it is American Goldfinch.

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SCVAS field trip to Charleston Slough September 20, 2014

I had a lovely time participating in the SCVAS field trip to Charleston Slough. 1.  First, we saw several Mockingbird near the bathroom. 2.  Immediately after we started walking towards Shoreline Park, we saw Black-Crowned Night-Heron hiding in grass. 3.   … Continue reading

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Phalaropes swimming in Salt Pand A12 near Alviso Marina.

I saw many Phalaropes swimming.   I think the one with a dark cap is Red-Necked Phalarope (Adult Non breeding).

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House Finches

House Finches started to visit our feeders!

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Today’s visitors!

Today, I saw Dark Eyed Juncos for the first time.  I think they are the “Oregon” kind. I noticed the Humming birds were chasing Chikadees away, so I moved their feeders apart.  On the ground, Mourning Doves flew away in … Continue reading

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Sunnyvale Audubon Walks September 3.

I had a lovely time birding near  Sunnyvale Water Pollution Control Plant.  This time, we walked toward Salt Pond #4, and sew many species, such as Red tailed Hawk, Eurasian Collard -Dove, Black-crowned Night-Heron, Green Heron, Bushtit, and ect.  I’m … Continue reading

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