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1 Gadwall 19 American Wigeon 78 Mallard 27 Blue-winged Teal 2 Cinnamon Teal 6 Northern Shoveler 17 Northern Pintail 22 Green-winged Teal 33 Lesser Scaup 16 Surf Scoter 100 Bufflehead 16 Ruddy Duck 8 California Quail 7 Loon sp. 24 Common Loon 6 Pied-billed Grebe 11 Eared Grebe 1 Western Grebe 200 Black-vented Shearwater 1000 Brown Pelican 31 Double-crested Cormorant 16 Great Blue Heron 4 Great Egret 5 Snowy Egret 6 Green Heron 1 White-faced Ibis 2 Osprey 1 White-tailed Kite 2 Sharp-shinned Hawk 1 Red-shouldered Hawk 1 Red-tailed Hawk 5 American Kestrel 7 Peregrine Falcon 1 American Coot 73 Black-bellied Plover 21 Snowy Plover 12 Semipalmated Plover 40 Killdeer 16 Black-necked Stilt 1 American Avocet 6 Willet 138 Whimbrel 5 Long-billed Curlew 2 Marbled Godwit 19 Peep sp. 50 Total of 80 species (unusual sightings shown in bold) January 7, 2006 Sanderling 9 Western Sandpiper 24 Least Sandpiper 24 Dunlin 2 Dowitcher sp. 17 Jaeger sp. 1 Heermann's Gull 160 Ring-billed Gull 201 California Gull 300 Western Gull 200 Tern sp. 200 Royal Tern 2 Forster's Tern 1 Rock Pigeon 7 Mourning Dove 30 Anna's Hummingbird 17 Belted Kingfisher 2 Black Phoebe 9 Say's Phoebe 7 Cassin's Kingbird 10 American Crow 7 Common Raven 23 Northern Rough-winged Swallow 3 Bushtit 39 Bewick's Wren 1 House Wren 1 Marsh Wren 1 (heard only) Ruby-crowned Kinglet 2 California Gnatcatcher 11 Hermit Thrush 2 Wrentit 7 European Starling 21 Yellow-rumped Warbler 47 Common Yellowthroat 8 Spotted Towhee 4 California Towhee 15 Belding's Savannah Sparrow 26 Song Sparrow 37 Lincoln's Sparrow 4 White-crowned Sparrow 44 Golden-crowned Sparrow 1 Red-winged Blackbird 5 Brewer's Blackbird 20 House Finch 35 Lesser Goldfinch 12 Observers: Hank & Jane Baele, David Blue, Kathy Estey, Jack Friery, Gary Grantham, and Don Grine

2 Gadwall 33 Eurasian Wigeon 1 American Wigeon 125 Mallard 126 Cinnamon Teal 2 Northern Shoveler 39 Northern Pintail 38 Green-winged Teal 5 Redhead 2 Ring-necked Duck 2 Lesser Scaup 14 Surf Scoter 302 Bufflehead 21 Ruddy Duck 30 California Quail 3 Loon sp. 30 Common Loon 10 Pied-billed Grebe 8 Eared Grebe 1 Western Grebe 6 Black-vented Shearwater 4 American White Pelican 1 Brown Pelican 23 Brandt's Cormorant 2000 Double-crested Cormorant 4 Great Blue Heron 2 Great Egret 7 Black-crowned Night-Heron 1 White-faced Ibis 8 White-tailed Kite 3 Northern Harrier 1 Accipiter sp. 1 Cooper's Hawk 2 Red-shouldered Hawk 2 Red-tailed Hawk 4 American Kestrel 1 Peregrine Falcon 1 American Coot 100 Black-bellied Plover 25 Snowy Plover 71 Semipalmated Plover 12 American Avocet 2 Whimbrel 3 Long-billed Curlew 1 Total of 87 species (unusual sightings shown in bold) Lagoon mouth: closed February 4-5, 2006 Marbled Godwit 10 Sanderling 25 Least Sandpiper 1 Dowitcher sp. 25 Heermann's Gull 11 Ring-billed Gull 106 California Gull 1 Western Gull 27 Mourning Dove 17 Anna's Hummingbird 29 Rufous/Allen's Hummingbird 1 Nuttall's Woodpecker 4 Black Phoebe 8 Say's Phoebe 3 Cassin's Kingbird 4 Western Scrub-Jay 11 American Crow 4 Common Raven 44 Swallow sp. 2 Tree Swallow 2 Bushtit 60 Bewick's Wren 4 Marsh Wren 1 Ruby-crowned Kinglet 2 California Gnatcatcher 8 Hermit Thrush 4 Wrentit 11 Northern Mockingbird 1 California Thrasher 4 European Starling 1 Orange-crowned Warbler 2 Yellow-rumped Warbler 51 Common Yellowthroat 4 Spotted Towhee 8 California Towhee 26 Savannah Sparrow 51 Song Sparrow 21 White-crowned Sparrow 66 Red-winged Blackbird 210 Western Meadowlark 6 Brewer's Blackbird 70 House Finch 90 Lesser Goldfinch 12 Observers: Jack Friery, Don Grine, Gary Grantham, Hank and Jane Baele, Will Cox and Blair Francis

3 Gadwall 21 American Wigeon 44 Mallard 3 Blue-winged Teal 126 Cinnamon Teal 35 Northern Shoveler 45 Northern Pintail 4 Green-winged Teal 45 Redhead* 4 Lesser Scaup 33 Surf Scoter 300 Bufflehead 5 Ruddy Duck 6 California Quail 5 Loon sp. 8 Pacific Loon 2 Common Loon 3 Pied-billed Grebe 3 Eared Grebe 1 Western Grebe 200 Black-vented Shearwater 3 Brown Pelican 8 Brandt's Cormorant 2 Double-crested Cormorant 20 Great Blue Heron 2 Great Egret 9 Snowy Egret 5 White-faced Ibis 20 White-tailed Kite 2 Northern Harrier 1 Accipiter sp. 2 Sharp-shinned Hawk 1 Cooper's Hawk 2 Red-shouldered Hawk 2 Red-tailed Hawk 8 American Kestrel 3 American Coot 126 Black-bellied Plover 9 Snowy Plover 6 Semipalmated Plover 11 Killdeer 1 American Avocet 4 Greater Yellowlegs 1 Willet 34 Long-billed Curlew 2 Marbled Godwit 8 Western Sandpiper 25 Least Sandpiper 4 Dowitcher sp. 6 Heermann's Gull 3 Ring-billed Gull 33 March 4-5, 2006 California Gull 40 Western Gull 15 Caspian Tern 1 Royal Tern 2 Rock Pigeon 4 Mourning Dove 8 Great Horned Owl 1 White-throated Swift 12 Anna's Hummingbird 36 Rufous/Allen's Hummingbird* 1 Belted Kingfisher 2 Nuttall's Woodpecker 3 Downy Woodpecker* 1 Northern Flicker 2 Black Phoebe 10 Say's Phoebe 4 Cassin's Kingbird 3 Warbling Vireo* 1 Western Scrub-Jay 5 American Crow 45 Common Raven 29 Violet-green Swallow 9 Northern Rough-winged Swallow 21 Cliff Swallow 2 Bushtit 41 Bewick's Wren 1 House Wren 2 Marsh Wren 2 California Gnatcatcher 3 Hermit Thrush 4 Wrentit 13 Northern Mockingbird 1 California Thrasher 4 Orange-crowned Warbler 3 Yellow-rumped Warbler 19 Common Yellowthroat 8 Spotted Towhee 9 California Towhee 27 Rufous-crowned Sparrow 2 Savannah Sparrow 12 Belding's Savannah Sparrow 2 Fox Sparrow 1 Song Sparrow 27 White-crowned Sparrow 17 Golden-crowned Sparrow 11 Red-winged Blackbird 4 Western Meadowlark 6 Brewer's Blackbird 4 House Finch 43 Lesser Goldfinch 17 American Goldfinch* 2 Total of 99 species (unusual sightings shown with an asterisk and in italics) Observers: Hank & Jane Baele, David Blue, Will Cox, Kathy Estey, Blair Francis, Jack Friery, and Gary Grantham

4 Gadwall 26 American Wigeon 18 Mallard 17 Blue-winged Teal 12 Cinnamon Teal 13 Northern Shoveler 14 Green-winged Teal 18 Surf Scoter 2 Bufflehead 3 Ruddy Duck 7 California Quail 14 Red-throated Loon 1 Common Loon 1 Pied-billed Grebe 1 Eared Grebe 1 Western Grebe 10 Clark's Grebe 1 Brown Pelican 17 Brandt's Cormorant 1 Double-crested Cormorant 4 Great Blue Heron 3 Great Egret 16 Snowy Egret 5 Green Heron 1 White-faced Ibis 31 Osprey 2 White-tailed Kite 1 Northern Harrier 1 Cooper's Hawk 3 Red-tailed Hawk 8 American Kestrel 2 Peregrine Falcon* 2 American Coot 54 Snowy Plover 37 Semipalmated Plover 2 Killdeer 5 Black-necked Stilt 2 American Avocet 9 Willet 6 Marbled Godwit 4 Sanderling 10 Western Sandpiper 12 Dowitcher sp. 6 Ring-billed Gull 17 California Gull 1 Western Gull 6 April 1, 2006 Total of 90 species (unusual sightings shown with an asterisk and in italics) Royal Tern 30 Elegant Tern 2 Rock Pigeon 5 Mourning Dove 10 Great Horned Owl 1 White-throated Swift 38 Anna's Hummingbird 42 Rufous/Allen's Hummingbird* 1 Belted Kingfisher 1 Nuttall's Woodpecker 4 Black Phoebe 5 Cassin's Kingbird 6 Western Kingbird 2 Western Scrub-Jay 9 American Crow 27 Common Raven 34 Violet-green Swallow 1 Northern Rough-winged Swallow 22 Cliff Swallow 55 Barn Swallow 1 Bushtit 38 Bewick's Wren 2 House Wren 5 Marsh Wren 2 Ruby-crowned Kinglet 2 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 1 California Gnatcatcher 3 Wrentit 31 Northern Mockingbird 3 California Thrasher 6 Yellow-rumped Warbler 11 Common Yellowthroat 11 Wilson's Warbler 1 Spotted Towhee 2 California Towhee 12 Savannah Sparrow 6 Belding's Savannah Sparrow 2 Song Sparrow 10 White-crowned Sparrow 10 Golden-crowned Sparrow 5 Red-winged Blackbird 72 Brewer's Blackbird 5 House Finch 11 Lesser Goldfinch 2 House Sparrow 1 Observers: Hank & Jane Baele, Ehren Brav, Will Cox, Kathy Estey, Blair Francis, Jack Friery, and Gary Grantham

5 Gadwall 14 American Wigeon 2 Mallard 17 (with young) Blue-winged Teal 2 Cinnamon Teal 5 Ruddy Duck 4 California Quail 6 Common Loon 5 Pied-billed Grebe 3 Eared Grebe* 1 Western Grebe 6 Brown Pelican 50 Brandt's Cormorant 5 Great Blue Heron 6 Great Egret 13 Snowy Egret 17 Green Heron 1 Black-crowned Night-Heron 1 White-faced Ibis 12 Turkey Vulture 4 Osprey 2 White-tailed Kite 6 (3 juveniles) Accipiter sp. 1 Cooper's Hawk 1 Red-shouldered Hawk 1 Red-tailed Hawk 5 American Kestrel 2 Peregrine Falcon 1 American Coot 3 Snowy Plover 2 Semipalmated Plover 11 Killdeer 4 Willet 3 Spotted Sandpiper 1 Whimbrel 1 Marbled Godwit 7 Sanderling 190 California Gull 30 Western Gull 20 Caspian Tern 9 Royal Tern 20 Rock Pigeon 6 Mourning Dove 24 Vaux's Swift 3 White-throated Swift 27 Anna's Hummingbird 52 Costa's Hummingbird* 1 May 6, 2006 Total of 93 species (unusual sightings shown with an asterisk and in italics) Rufous/Allen's Hummingbird 2 Nuttall's Woodpecker 2 Western Wood-Pewee 4 Pacific-slope Flycatcher 1 Black Phoebe 5 Say's Phoebe 2 Cassin's Kingbird 5 Warbling Vireo 5 Western Scrub-Jay 16 American Crow 36 Common Raven 53 Swallow sp. 30 Northern Rough-winged Swallow 31 Cliff Swallow 9 Barn Swallow 17 Bushtit 45 Bewick's Wren 16 House Wren 8 Marsh Wren 1 (heard only) California Gnatcatcher 5 Wrentit 31 Northern Mockingbird 1 California Thrasher 2 European Starling 4 Phainopepla 3 Orange-crowned Warbler 4 Common Yellowthroat 14 Wilson's Warbler 21 Yellow-breasted Chat 3 Western Tanager 4 Spotted Towhee 19 California Towhee 25 Rufous-crowned Sparrow 2 Savannah Sparrow 2 Belding's Savannah Sparrow 13 Song Sparrow 26 Golden-crowned Sparrow 1 Black-headed Grosbeak 2 Lazuli Bunting* 1 Red-winged Blackbird 47 Western Meadowlark 1 Brewer's Blackbird 2 Brown-headed Cowbird 1 Hooded Oriole 4 House Finch 77 Lesser Goldfinch 26 American Goldfinch 3 Observers: Hank & Jane Baele, David Blue, Will Cox, Kathy Estey, Jack Friery, and Gary Grantham

6 June 3-4, 2006 Gadwall 10 Mallard 9 (with young) Cinnamon Teal 1 Pied-billed Grebe 1 Western Grebe 5 Clark's Grebe* 1 Brown Pelican 12 Double-crested Cormorant 5 Great Blue Heron 5 Great Egret 7 Snowy Egret 12 Green Heron 2 Black-crowned Night-Heron 2 White-faced Ibis 4 White-tailed Kite 2 Red-tailed Hawk 6 American Kestrel 2 (carrying food) Clapper Rail * 1 (heard only) American Coot 3 Killdeer 6 Black-necked Stilt 2 California Gull 8 Western Gull 53 Caspian Tern 2 Royal Tern 2 Forster's Tern 11 Rock Pigeon 2 Mourning Dove 25 White-throated Swift 12 Black-chinned Hummingbird 1 Anna's Hummingbird 15 Pacific-slope Flycatcher 1 Black Phoebe 5 Total of 65 species (unusual sightings shown with an asterisk and in italics) Ash-throated Flycatcher 1 Cassin's Kingbird 4 Western Scrub-Jay 9 American Crow 9 Common Raven 16 Northern Rough-winged Swallow 21 Cliff Swallow 22 Barn Swallow 2 Bushtit 1 (at nest) Bewick's Wren 5 House Wren 2 Marsh Wren 1 (heard only) Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 1 California Gnatcatcher 3 Wrentit 19 Northern Mockingbird 5 Phainopepla 1 Orange-crowned Warbler 1 Yellow Warbler 1 Yellow-breasted Chat 1 Spotted Towhee 9 California Towhee 16 Savannah Sparrow 5 Belding's Savannah Sparrow 2 Song Sparrow 18 Black-headed Grosbeak 2 Red-winged Blackbird 35 Brewer's Blackbird 8 Brown-headed Cowbird 2 Hooded Oriole 2 House Finch 118 Lesser Goldfinch 14 American Goldfinch 1 Observers: Hank & Jane Baele, David Blue, Kathy Estey, Jack Friery, and Gary Grantham

7 July 1-2, 2006 Gadwall 8 (With young) Mallard 8 Ruddy Duck* 1 California Quail 1 Pied-billed Grebe 3 Brown Pelican 7 Double-crested Cormorant 6 Great Blue Heron 1 Great Egret 10 Snowy Egret 11 Little Blue Heron* 1 Green Heron 2 Black-crowned Night-Heron 1 White-faced Ibis* 2 Turkey Vulture* 1 Accipiter sp. 1 Cooper's Hawk 2 Red-tailed Hawk 2 American Kestrel 1 American Coot 3 Black-bellied Plover 1 Killdeer 5 Willet 14 Sanderling* 6 Heermann's Gull 12 Ring-billed Gull 2 California Gull 1 Western Gull 43 Caspian Tern 5 Royal Tern 6 Forster's Tern 6 Mourning Dove 23 White-throated Swift 3 Anna's Hummingbird 26 Total of 67 species (unusual sightings shown with an asterisk and in italics) Nuttall's Woodpecker 4 Downy Woodpecker* 1 Black Phoebe 1 Ash-throated Flycatcher 2 Cassin's Kingbird 3 Western Scrub-Jay 5 American Crow 35 Common Raven 20 Northern Rough-winged Swallow 26 Cliff Swallow 22 Barn Swallow* 1 Bushtit 13 Bewick's Wren 1 House Wren 1 California Gnatcatcher 5 Wrentit 25 Northern Mockingbird 5 European Starling 2 Common Yellowthroat 17 Yellow-breasted Chat 1 (heard only) Spotted Towhee 14 California Towhee 32 Savannah Sparrow 1 Belding's Savannah Sparrow 2 Song Sparrow 6 Black-headed Grosbeak 1 Red-winged Blackbird 11 Brewer's Blackbird 15 Brown-headed Cowbird 2 Hooded Oriole 3 House Finch 119 Lesser Goldfinch 35 House Sparrow 3 Observers: Will Cox, Kathy Estey, Blair Francis, Jack Friery, and Gary Grantham, Don Grine

8 August 5, 2006 Mallard 46 California Quail 5 Pied-billed Grebe 2 Brown Pelican 14 Brandt's Cormorant 1 Double-crested Cormorant 6 Great Blue Heron 5 Great Egret 6 Snowy Egret 3 Little Blue Heron* 1 Green Heron 1 Red-tailed Hawk 1 American Kestrel 3 Sora* 1 American Coot 1 Black-bellied Plover 10 Snowy Plover 12 Semipalmated Plover 24 Willet 62 Whimbrel 6 Long-billed Curlew 1 Marbled Godwit 2 Western Sandpiper 24 Dowitcher sp. 4 Heermann's Gull 3 Ring-billed Gull 1 California Gull 1 Western Gull 35 Royal Tern 40 Forster's Tern 4 Total of 60 species (unusual sightings shown with an asterisk and in italics) Least Tern 2 Rock Pigeon 2 Mourning Dove 8 White-throated Swift 1 Anna's Hummingbird 16 Nuttall's Woodpecker 2 Black Phoebe 3 Ash-throated Flycatcher 2 Cassin's Kingbird 1 Western Kingbird* 2 Western Scrub-Jay 8 American Crow 10 Common Raven 12 Tree Swallow* 1 Cliff Swallow 7 Bushtit 17 Bewick's Wren 1 Marsh Wren 2 California Gnatcatcher 5 Wrentit 24 California Thrasher 1 Common Yellowthroat 5 Spotted Towhee 5 California Towhee 21 Savannah Sparrow 1 Belding's Savannah Sparrow 3 Song Sparrow 1 Red-winged Blackbird 5 House Finch 81 Lesser Goldfinch 23 Observers: Blair Francis, Jack Friery, Don Grine, and Will Cox

9 September 2, 2006 Gadwall 4 Mallard 68 Ruddy Duck 1 California Quail 8 Pied-billed Grebe 13 Brown Pelican 14 Double-crested Cormorant 2 Great Blue Heron 2 Great Egret 9 Snowy Egret 8 Green Heron 2 Black-crowned Night-Heron 2 Osprey 1 White-tailed Kite 3 Red-tailed Hawk 3 American Kestrel 6 Clapper Rail* 1 Black-bellied Plover 7 Snowy Plover 16 Semipalmated Plover 3 Killdeer 8 Black-necked Stilt 2 Greater Yellowlegs 1 Willet 18 Whimbrel 3 Long-billed Curlew 1 Marbled Godwit 7 Ruddy Turnstone* 1 Sanderling 60 Western Sandpiper 7 Least Sandpiper 2 Red-necked Phalarope* 6 Heermann's Gull 65 California Gull 1 Western Gull 21 Total of 69 species (unusual sightings shown with an asterisk and in italics) Royal Tern 3 Elegant Tern 12 Forster's Tern 11 Least Tern 1 Mourning Dove 12 White-throated Swift 2 Anna's Hummingbird 41 Belted Kingfisher 2 Nuttall's Woodpecker 4 Black Phoebe 17 Cassin's Kingbird 3 Western Scrub-Jay 21 American Crow 38 Common Raven 2 Northern Rough-winged Swallow 2 Cliff Swallow 6 Bushtit 28 House Wren 10 California Gnatcatcher 18 Wrentit 34 Northern Mockingbird 1 California Thrasher 6 Orange-crowned Warbler 1 Common Yellowthroat 10 Spotted Towhee 9 California Towhee 25 Savannah Sparrow 10 Belding's Savannah Sparrow 3 Song Sparrow 16 Black-headed Grosbeak 1 Red-winged Blackbird 6 Brewer's Blackbird 8 House Finch 52 Lesser Goldfinch 13 Observers: David Blue, Will Cox, Blair Francis, Kathy Estey, Jack Friery, Gary Grantham, and Herbert Knufken

10 Gadwall 5 American Wigeon 4 Mallard 9 Teal sp. 3 (females) California Quail 2 Pacific Loon* 1 Common Loon 1 Pied-billed Grebe 5 Eared Grebe 15 Clark's Grebe* 2 Black-vented Shearwater* 10 Brown Pelican 10 Brandt's Cormorant 20 Double-crested Cormorant 165 Great Blue Heron 7 Great Egret 2 Snowy Egret 9 Osprey 2 White-tailed Kite 2 Cooper's Hawk 1 Red-shouldered Hawk 2 Red-tailed Hawk 2 American Kestrel 2 Merlin* 1 Clapper Rail* 1 Sora* 1 Common Moorhen* 1 American Coot 2 Semipalmated Plover 6 Killdeer 8 Lesser Yellowlegs 1 Willet 35 Spotted Sandpiper* 2 Marbled Godwit 2 Sanderling 8 Western Sandpiper 3 Least Sandpiper 38 Heermann's Gull 56 Ring-billed Gull 3 Western Gull 43 Royal Tern 2 Elegant Tern 1 Forster's Tern 6 Rock Pigeon 2 Mourning Dove 21 Vaux's Swift* 20 October 7, 2006 Total of 91 species (unusual sightings shown with an asterisk and in italics) White-throated Swift 31 Anna's Hummingbird 16 Rufous/Allen's Hummingbird* 1 Belted Kingfisher 2 Nuttall's Woodpecker 2 Downy Woodpecker 2 Northern Flicker 8 Pacific-slope Flycatcher 1 Black Phoebe 14 Say's Phoebe 11 Cassin's Kingbird 2 Loggerhead Shrike 1 Hutton's Vireo* 2 Western Scrub-Jay 20 American Crow 108 Common Raven 8 Northern Rough-winged Swallow 2 Barn Swallow 2 Bushtit 45 Bewick's Wren 1 House Wren 3 Marsh Wren 1 (heard only) Ruby-crowned Kinglet 1 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 1 California Gnatcatcher 10 Wrentit 24 Northern Mockingbird 1 California Thrasher 9 European Starling 2 Orange-crowned Warbler 3 Yellow-rumped Warbler 12 Common Yellowthroat 20 Wilson's Warbler 1 Spotted Towhee 4 California Towhee 28 Belding's Savannah Sparrow 2 Fox Sparrow* 1 Song Sparrow 11 White-crowned Sparrow 17 Golden-crowned Sparrow* 1 Red-winged Blackbird 26 Western Meadowlark 3 Brewer's Blackbird 6 Lesser Goldfinch 36 House Sparrow 163 Observers: Observers: Hank & Jane Baele, Will Cox, Kathy Estey, Jack Friery, and Gary Grantham

11 Snow Goose* 1 Gadwall 11 American Wigeon 16 Mallard 16 Northern Shoveler 8 Green-winged Teal 4 Surf Scoter 2 Bufflehead 12 Red-breasted Merganser 2 Ruddy Duck 8 California Quail 5 Loon sp. 1 Pacific Loon 1 Common Loon 1 Pied-billed Grebe 7 Eared Grebe 1 Western Grebe 190 Brown Pelican 48 Brandt's Cormorant 1 Double-crested Cormorant 5 Pelagic Cormorant 2 Great Blue Heron 3 Great Egret 4 Snowy Egret 9 Osprey 2 White-tailed Kite 3 Northern Harrier 4 Cooper's Hawk 1 Red-shouldered Hawk 3 Red-tailed Hawk 4 American Kestrel 4 Peregrine Falcon 1 American Coot 63 Black-bellied Plover 5 Snowy Plover 11 Semipalmated Plover 6 Killdeer 8 Black-necked Stilt 1 Willet 10 Whimbrel 1 Marbled Godwit 2 Sanderling 10 Western Sandpiper 2 Least Sandpiper 20 November 4-6, 2006 Total of 87 species (unusual sightings shown with an asterisk and in italics) Dowitcher sp. 1 Heermann's Gull 60 Ring-billed Gull 12 California Gull 38 Western Gull 63 Royal Tern 1 Rock Pigeon 5 Mourning Dove 28 White-throated Swift 2 Hummingbirds Anna's Hummingbird 20 Belted Kingfisher 2 Northern Flicker 5 Olive-sided Flycatcher 1 Pacific-slope Flycatcher 1 Black Phoebe 10 Say's Phoebe 8 Cassin's Kingbird 13 Western Scrub-Jay 7 American Crow 11 Common Raven 13 Northern Rough-winged Swallow 2 Bushtit 34 House Wren 3 Ruby-crowned Kinglet 1 California Gnatcatcher 8 Hermit Thrush 1 Wrentit 20 California Thrasher 1 Orange-crowned Warbler 2 Yellow-rumped Warbler 68 Common Yellowthroat 8 Spotted Towhee 3 California Towhee 6 Rufous-crowned Sparrow 3 Fox Sparrow 2 Song Sparrow 14 White-crowned Sparrow 19 Red-winged Blackbird 22 Western Meadowlark 2 Brewer's Blackbird 4 House Finch 92 Lesser Goldfinch 3 House Sparrow 1 Observers: Hank & Jane Baele, David Blue, Will Cox, Kathy Estey, Jack Friery, and Gary Grantham, Don Grine, and Herb Knufken

12 December 2-3, 2006 Total of 76 species (unusual sightings shown with an asterisk and in italics) Canada Goose* 8 Gadwall 45 American Wigeon 22 Mallard 1 Blue-winged Teal 4 Northern Shoveler 21 Northern Pintail 6 Green-winged Teal 4 Lesser Scaup 1 Bufflehead 25 Ruddy Duck 16 Pacific Loon 4 Common Loon 5 Pied-billed Grebe 8 Eared Grebe 1 Western Grebe 180 Clark's Grebe* 1 Brown Pelican 12 Brandt's Cormorant Double-crested Cormorant 10 Great Blue Heron 3 Great Egret 4 Snowy Egret 3 White-faced Ibis* 5 White-tailed Kite 3 Northern Harrier 3 Red-tailed Hawk 5 American Kestrel 3 American Coot 31 Black-bellied Plover 9 Snowy Plover 12 Willet 39 Long-billed Curlew 1 Marbled Godwit 4 Sanderling 14 Western Sandpiper 3 Dunlin* 1 Dowitcher sp. 5 Heermann's Gull 15 Ring-billed Gull 22 California Gull 35 Western Gull 12 Royal Tern 4 Forster's Tern 4 Rock Pigeon 5 Mourning Dove 7 White-throated Swift 1 Anna's Hummingbird 3 Belted Kingfisher 2 Black Phoebe 7 Say's Phoebe 4 Cassin's Kingbird 3 Western Scrub-Jay 4 American Crow 12 Common Raven 4 N. Rough-winged Swallow* 2 Bushtit 44 House Wren 2 Ruby-crowned Kinglet 1 California Gnatcatcher 3 Wrentit 4 Northern Mockingbird 1 European Starling 20 Yellow-rumped Warbler 31 Common Yellowthroat 7 California Towhee 10 Rufous-crowned Sparrow 2 Savannah Sparrow 1 Belding's Savannah Sparrow 2 Song Sparrow 9 White-crowned Sparrow 36 Red-winged Blackbird 10 Western Meadowlark 1 Brewer's Blackbird 6 House Finch 7 Lesser Goldfinch 3 House Sparrow 1 Observers: David Blue, Kathy Estey, Blair Francis, Gary Grantham, Don Grine, and Herb Knufken

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