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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 26, 2013

Birding Hidden Lakes Park 1/26/13

Cedar Waxwings

Cedar Waxwings

Today the Birding by Ear class went to Hidden Lakes Park in Martinez, CA.  It is a 16 acre city park yet over 150 bird species have been seen here. The Park is also site of a former bordello.

Today we identified by sound and sight 46 bird species.    The highlights for today were a Merlin, Peregrine Falcon, good looks of Red-shouldered Hawks and good views and sounds of Cedar Waxwings. Waterbirds were very scarce. The best spotting of the day may have been river otters.

Western Bluebird

Western Bluebird

To see today’s bird list  go to Bird List for Hidden Lakes Park in Martinez (Contra Costa County), CA

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  1. Love the photo of the western blue bird.

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