Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 19, 2018

Birding Hayward Regional Shoreline 8/19/18

Today I went birding with several other members from the Audubon Masterbirding Program at the Hayward Regional Shoreline. Most abundant were American Avocet, Marbled Godwits, Willets, Brown Pelicans, and Western Sandpipers. Highlights included the large numbers of the above species, observing White-tailed Kites hovering and hunting, seeing a few Black-bellied Plovers still showing their breeding colors and watching the Pelicans and Hawks in flight. As a group we had 32 species (+4 other taxa).

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Hayward Regional Shoreline–Frank’s Dump, Alameda, California Bird List

US Aug 19, 2018 8:20 AM – 12:00 PM
3.0 mile(s)
32 species (+4 other taxa)

Mallard  20
Rock Pigeon (Feral Pigeon)  8
Anna’s Hummingbird  1
American Avocet  200
Black-bellied Plover  9
Semipalmated Plover  2
Long-billed Curlew  1
Marbled Godwit  100
Black Turnstone  3
Least Sandpiper  2
Western Sandpiper  200
peep sp.  X
Willet  250
Lesser Yellowlegs  1
Ring-billed Gull  8
Western Gull  25
California Gull  1
gull sp.  X
tern sp.  1
Double-crested Cormorant  12
American White Pelican  4
Brown Pelican  100
Great Blue Heron  1
Great Egret  4
Snowy Egret  2
Turkey Vulture  1
White-tailed Kite  2
Cooper’s Hawk  3
Accipiter sp.  1
American Crow  6
Barn Swallow  20
Cliff Swallow  3
Northern Mockingbird  1
House Finch  X
Song Sparrow  12
California Towhee  2


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