Category Archives: Charleston Slough

Yellow Legs, Willet and Stilt@ Charleston Slough 10/24/2015

I participated in the SCVAS birding trip at Charleston Slough this morning.  I enjoyed the cool fog, and the company of fellow birders.   Yellow legs, Willets, and Stilts came together on a small deck in Shoreline lake, and posed … Continue reading

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Alviso Marina -Juvenile Black Phoebe

I took my new Tamron lens to Alviso Marina, but it was so heavy I only walked less than a mile.   It didn’t look very birdy, but found a juvenile Black Phoebe in the marsh by the boardwalk.  I … Continue reading

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Wintering Waterfowl trip with Stephanie, Alviso EEC & Charleston Slough 1/31/2015

I participated in the Wintering Waterfowl birding trip with Stephanie.  We met at Don Edward EEC in Alviso first, and later moved to Charleston Slough.    We sew many Northern shovelers, Gadwall, Canada geese, etc on the board walk, and on our way back … Continue reading

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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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