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   Scarlet Tanager
Scarlet Tanager
Piranga olivacea


   Scarlet Tanager (Piranga olivacea) - SCTA (recent eBird sightings, view CBRC records, range map
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  1. Scarlet tanager and eastern wood pewee in Monterey LINK
    DATE: Nov 6, 2017 @ 8:17am, 17 day(s) ago
    Both in same spot putting on a show right now. Laguna grande park on virgin Ave.
    
    Sent from my iPhone
    
    John Sterling
    
    530 908-3836
    
    26 Palm Ave
    
    Woodland, CA 95695
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  3. Re: [CALBIRDS] Eastern Wood-Pewee, Scarlet Tanager at Laguna Grande Park, Mty Co. LINK
    DATE: Nov 5, 2017 @ 3:26pm, 18 day(s) ago
    Hi all
    
    Some recordings and photos of this bird here:  https://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S40328758
    
    Thanks
    
    Brian
    
    On Sun, Nov 5, 2017 at 1:45 PM, B Matheson gypaetusbarbatus@... [CALBIRDS] < CALBIRDS-noreply@yahoogroups.com > wrote:
    
      Early this afternoon an EASTERN WOOD-PEWEE and SCARLET TANAGER continued at Laguna Grande Park in Monterey County, CA. The pewee had been raising questions for a couple days, but today Brian Sullivan was able to obtain recordings confirming it as an apparent Eastern.
    
    A couple photos of the rarities are here:
    
    http://ebird.org/ebird/view/ checklist/S40325807
    
    Good birding,
    
    Blake Matheson
    Monterey Peninsula, CA
    
    --
    ===========
    Brian L. Sullivan
    
    eBird Project Leader
    www.ebird.org
    
    Photo Editor
    Birds of North America Online
    http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/BNA
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  5. Eastern Wood-Pewee, Scarlet Tanager at Laguna Grande Park, Mty Co. LINK
    DATE: Nov 5, 2017 @ 1:45pm, 18 day(s) ago
    Early this afternoon an EASTERN WOOD-PEWEE and SCARLET TANAGER continued at Laguna Grande Park in Monterey County, CA. The pewee had been raising questions for a couple days, but today Brian Sullivan was able to obtain recordings confirming it as an apparent Eastern.
    
    A couple photos of the rarities are here:
    
    http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S40325807
    
    Good birding,
    
    Blake Matheson
    Monterey Peninsula, CA
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  7. Re: [MBBIRDS] Scarlet Tanager in Monterey LINK
    DATE: Nov 13, 2016 @ 4:38pm, 1 year(s) ago
    One note to eBirders: please do note that we have two adjacent Hot Spots in the El Estero area; these are separated by Pearl Street and have very different habitats. If you visit El Estero, north of Pearl, please use that Hot Spot ["Monterey--El Estero"}. Here there are ducks, gulls, an island with heron roosts, and today even some Red Phalaropes. All of those would be scarce to rare in the cemetery.
    
    If you bird the cemetery south of Pearl for the tanager -- extensive lawns with flowering eucs and oaks -- please put those birds in the separate Hot Spot called "Monterey--San Carlos Cemetery." It badly confuses the maps and bar graphs if you "dump" a visit to both different spots into the same eBird list.
    
    Thanks
    
    Don Roberson
    
    eBird editor for Monterey County
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  9. Scarlet Tanager in Monterey LINK
    DATE: Nov 13, 2016 @ 4:31pm, 1 year(s) ago
    Today an adult male Scarlet Tanager, in fresh basic plumage, was found in flowering eucalyptus in San Carlos Cemetery in downtown Monterey. The old Catholic cemetery is just south of the public parking areas at Lake El Estero, with one entrance just across Pearl St., and extends southwards to Fremont. There are access gates on both Pearl and Fremont, and the 'arms' of El Estero form the west and east sides of this eBird Hot Spot [Monterey--San Carlos Cemetery]. The tanager was found, identified, and photographed by Steve Rovell and Larry & Carole Rose about 11 a.m., and continued to be seen into mid-afternoon. It was initially in tall flowering eucs midway along the N side of cemetery, but moved to two very tall flowering eucs in the NE corner, which is where it was seen by most local birders who went today. The eucs are full of "Audubon's" Warblers and there is one Nashville there also.
    
    The tanager is bright yellow with black wings and tail; it retains a few tiny red feathers at mid-belly, and a couple of scarlet feathers in black upperwing coverts. Multiple photos are in eBird already. If you see it or anything else of interest, please report to the local BirdBox (831) 250-4550, and to MBB and/or eBird.
    
    If you are from out of town, do stop by the Monterey Audubon sponsored Pt. Pinos seawatch just west of Crespi Pond at the Point, which is manned dawn to dusk daily to 15 Dec. Today there were untold thousands of Red Phalaropes, and major flights of BV Shearwater, Pacific Loon, and scoters.
    
    Good luck,
    
    Don Roberson
    
    Pacific Grove CA
    
    http://creagrus.home.montereybay.com/
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  11. No scarlet tanager in alameda county LINK
    DATE: Jun 23, 2015 @ 2:01pm, 2 year(s) ago
    A bunch of us failed to relocate the male scarlet tanager today in alameda county. Some saw and photographed a female blackpoll warbler though at 10 am but it failed to show up again as of 1:20 pm.
    
    John Sterling.
    26 Palm Ave
    Woodland, CA 95696
    Www.sterlingbirds.com
    530 908-3836
    
    Sent from my iPhone
    
    
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  13. Barbara Carlson record San Diego year: 387 species LINK
    DATE: Dec 31, 2013 @ 2:57pm, 4 year(s) ago
    Barbara Carlson has ended 2013 with a phenomenal 387 species in San
    Diego County. This is not only a new record for this county (former
    record was ca. 370), but it is undoubtedly a single-year record for any
    county in the U.S./Canada. Barbara was aided by an excellent
    rarity-winter of 2012-2013, good shorebirds in late summer, LOTS of time
    spent offshore throughout the year racking up a long list of tough
    pelagic species, a reasonably productive autumn filling in holes,
    and--most of all--pure diligence! A testament to her long list was the
    fact that very recent findings of species such as a new Blue-headed
    Vireo, Bay-breasted and Black-throated Green Warblers, Painted Redstart,
    Orchard Orioles, and even a Masked/Nazca Booby added no new
    species.....she'd seen them all already earlier in the year! Her only
    new bird since Thanksgiving was the Oceanside Glaucous Gull.
    
    In the near future, Barbara will make a list of all the rarities she saw
    in the county this year, with the date, location, and other observers
    who saw them with her, and will make that document available to anyone
    interested. When ready, she will post news of its existence on this
    listserve.
    
    The list of high-quality rarities she saw in San Diego County in 2013 is
    too long to give here in its entirety, but here are some of the best of
    the best:
    Red-necked Grebe
    Flesh-footed Shearwater
    Great Shearwater
    Manx Shearwater
    Masked/Nazca Booby
    Blue-footed Booby
    Lesser Sand-Plover
    Wilson's Plover
    Sharp-tailed Sandpiper
    Franklin's Gull
    Glaucous Gull
    Guadalupe and Craveri's Murrelets
    Inca Dove
    Black Swift
    Broad-billed Hummingbird
    Great Crested Flycatcher
    Thick-billed Kingbird
    Blue-headed Vireo
    Yellow-green Vireo
    Gray Catbird
    Grace's, Pine, Bay-breasted, Black-thr Green, Prairie, Mourning Warblers
    Painted Redstart
    Nelson's Sparrow
    Harris's Sparrow
    Scarlet Tanager
    Bronzed Cowbird
    Orchard Oriole
    
    And what were her biggest "misses" Long-eared Owl, Ancient
    Murrelet....the Le Conte's Sparrow, Sandwich Tern, and multiple 'dips'
    on Yellow-billed Cuckoo and Scissor-tailed Flycatcher.
    
    Again, congratulations!
    
    Who's next to try!
    
    --Paul Lehman, San Diego
    
    
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  15. Rusty Blackbird and continuing rarities LINK
    DATE: Nov 26, 2011 @ 6:31pm, 6 year(s) ago
    Hi Birders
    
    This morning, 11/26. Bruce Aird found a Rusty Blackbird at San
    Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary. The bird was originally walking around
    the perimeter of Pond D, and later flew to Pond B at the intersection
    of Ponds A, B, C, and D, which is where it was when I left at 9:45.
    
    The Harris's Hawk continued this morning at the far end of the boardwalk.
    
    At Laguna Niguel Regional Park, both the female Scarlet Tanager and
    the Magnolia Warbler continued. At 7:15 AM, both were in the large
    eucalyptus at the south end of the south parking lot.
    
    Good birding,
    
    Steve Sosensky,
    SoCA Bird Guides www.sosensky.com/guides
    Nature Photos www.sosensky.com/nature_photos.htm
    Optics4Birding www.optics4birding.com
    Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 949-269-2161 33.56485 N, 117.72205 W
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  17. Marsh Sandpiper present on Friday LINK
    DATE: Oct 15, 2011 @ 9:01pm, 6 year(s) ago
    Hi,
    
    I understand that the Marsh Sandpiper was present yesterday in the small pond on
    the way out to La Bufadora (the "Blowhole"). This site is 58-miles south of the
    border and visible on Google Earth as a green pond nestled between the tiny town
    of Punta Banda and the estuary. Other birds reportedly seen on this day-trip to
    the Ensenada area included Yellow-green Vireo, Ovenbird, Prothonotary Warbler,
    Tennessee Warbler, Blackburnian Warbler, Chestnut-sided Warbler, 4 Blackpoll
    Warblers, Scarlet Tanager, Baltimore Oriole, and Bobolink. For an added bonus,
    they didn't run into anyone named Monte. All in all, not such a bad way to spend
    a day of birding.
    
    Jim Pike
    HB
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  19. Re: [CALBIRDS] Marsh Sandpiper in Ensenada LINK
    DATE: Oct 13, 2011 @ 5:39am, 6 year(s) ago
    Yes, of course, go for a tick mark on your list, and end up another blood (drug)
    cartel statistic.  Worse than burning fossil fuels for your tick mark on a piece
    of paper, play Russian roulette for your list total.  Even have a close friend
    who is extremely high on the Mexico list who says "no way" he's trying for it
    due to the dangers of going down there.
    You know, I hope you don't have to worry about your conscience if someone goes
    for the tick bird and comes back in a pine box, that is if he/she's corpse is
    even found.
    Maybe best to also note to use caution in 'chasing' a bird for one's list don't
    you think to somewhere who has a higher death rate recently from what's going on
    down there than Vietnam or World War I
     
    Monte Taylor
    Orange County, CA
     
     
    
    ________________________________
    From: Jim
    To: CALBIRDS@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2011 7:34 PM
    Subject: [CALBIRDS] Marsh Sandpiper in Ensenada
    
    Hi,
    
    Just back from an 8-day trip down the Baja peninsula with Mark Billings and
    Steve Howell. Apart from the expected glut of eastern warblers and such, the
    obvious highlight was the juvenile Marsh Sandpiper that Mark spotted and Steve
    identified this morning in Ensenada. It was in the "Little Stint" pond near the
    town of Punta Banda, and was surprisingly approachable. I'll post photos later.
    If someone is interested in looking for the bird, take the road towards La
    Bufadora at the south end of Ensenada. Just before reaching Punta Banda, turn
    right on the road towards the string of homes along the spit bordering the
    estuary. Take the next right, so that the pond will be on your right. Loads of
    terns, skimmers, and avocets should be present, and hopefully the sandpiper.
    Other birds of note in the area included a Scarlet Tanager and a Baltimore
    Oriole in Punta Banda, and another Scarlet Tanager in a well-vegetated yard on
    the plain.
    
    Jim Pike
    Huntington Beach     
    
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  21. Marsh Sandpiper in Ensenada LINK
    DATE: Oct 13, 2011 @ 2:34am, 6 year(s) ago
    Hi,
    
    Just back from an 8-day trip down the Baja peninsula with Mark Billings and
    Steve Howell. Apart from the expected glut of eastern warblers and such, the
    obvious highlight was the juvenile Marsh Sandpiper that Mark spotted and Steve
    identified this morning in Ensenada. It was in the "Little Stint" pond near the
    town of Punta Banda, and was surprisingly approachable. I'll post photos later.
    If someone is interested in looking for the bird, take the road towards La
    Bufadora at the south end of Ensenada. Just before reaching Punta Banda, turn
    right on the road towards the string of homes along the spit bordering the
    estuary. Take the next right, so that the pond will be on your right. Loads of
    terns, skimmers, and avocets should be present, and hopefully the sandpiper.
    Other birds of note in the area included a Scarlet Tanager and a Baltimore
    Oriole in Punta Banda, and another Scarlet Tanager in a well-vegetated yard on
    the plain.
    
    Jim Pike
    Huntington Beach
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  23. Black-tailed Gull Present 6:15 am 11/9 LINK
    DATE: Nov 9, 2010 @ 2:18pm, 7 year(s) ago
    Sent from my iPhone
    
    Steve Abbott Photography
    www.safotos.net
    steve@...
    (530) SAFOTOS (723-6867)
    
    On Nov 8, 2010, at 11:07 PM, Jim Tietz wrote:
    
    > Hey Calbirds,
    >
    > A summary with photos from the last two weeks on the Farallones can be viewed
    on our blog at http://losfarallones.blogspot.com/
    >
    > Highlights from the last two weeks include:
    >
    > 1 SMITH'S LONGSPUR
    > 1 SCARLET TANAGER
    > 2 SUMMER TANAGERS
    > 2 EASTERN PHOEBES
    > 1 TENNESSEE WARBLER
    > 5 ANCIENT MURRELETS
    > 2 INDIGO BUNTINGS
    >
    > James R. Tietz
    > SE Farallon Island, CA
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  25. Farallon Update LINK
    DATE: Nov 9, 2010 @ 7:07am, 7 year(s) ago
    Hey Calbirds,
    
    A summary with photos from the last two weeks on the Farallones can be viewed on
    our blog at http://losfarallones.blogspot.com/
    
    Highlights from the last two weeks include:
    
    1 SMITH'S LONGSPUR
    1 SCARLET TANAGER
    2 SUMMER TANAGERS
    2 EASTERN PHOEBES
    1 TENNESSEE WARBLER
    5 ANCIENT MURRELETS
    2 INDIGO BUNTINGS
    
    James R. Tietz
    SE Farallon Island, CA
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  27. Southeast Farallon Island Report: 22 August LINK
    DATE: Aug 23, 2009 @ 10:41pm, 8 year(s) ago
    Hi Birders. Yesterday marked the start of PRBO Conservation Science's Fall
    Season here on Southeast Farallon Island, when focus shifts from the spring and
    summer breeding seabird monitoring, to the Passerine migration and Great White
    Shark monitoring of the fall. PRBO Biologists that arrived on the Island
    yesterday were Jim Tietz, Ryan Terrill, Jill Gautreaux, and Matt Brady. One
    Seabird intern, Jordan Casey, will be staying with us to continue seabird
    breeding effort monitoring.
    
    We arrived to find only a handful of Passerines on the Island, among them a
    Yellow Warbler, a Nashville Warbler, a Cliff Swallow, a Lark Sparrow and a
    Black-headed Grosbeak, while a Green-winged Teal, Semipalmated Plover and Lesser
    Yellowlegs flew by.
    
    We also got to look through the daily journal of events and bird records, to
    find some exciting bird sightings from the spring. Although the seabird
    monitoring crew is primarily interested in following breeding success of the
    Island residents, they do also note all non-breeders that visit the Island.
    Among the more exciting records from the spring were a Long-billed Curlew, on
    April 6th; sporadic Glaucous Gull sightings from mid-March through the 3rd of
    May; an influx of Eurasian Collared-Doves in late May; a Yellow-billed Cuckoo on
    the 31st of May; a Long-eared Owl on August 3rd; a Least Flycatcher on May 18th;
    two Scissor-tailed Flycatchers, one from May 2nd to May 13th, and the other from
    May 30th to June 6th; a Bell's Vireo, probably of the V.b.medius subspecies from
    West Texas and Northern Mexico, on June 4th; two Common Ravens that were present
    for much of the spring; several Eastern Warblers in late May and early June,
    including 3 Northern
    Parulas, a Magnolia Warbler, a Blackpoll Warbler, 4 American Redstarts and 2
    Ovenbirds; a second-year male Summer Tanager in late May; two Scarlet Tanagers,
    a male and a female, on May 18th; a Black-throated Sparrow on May 21st; 11
    Rose-breasted Grosbeaks, including 5 on May 30th; a Blue Grosbeak on June 4th;
    10 Indigo Buntings, including 7 on June 1st.
    
    Additionally, a new feature that was introduced this year, is a live Webcam,
    located on the Lighthouse. Sponsered by the California Academy of Sciences,
    this webcam will provide a live view of the Island in almost HD quality. Check
    it out for yourself here: .
    
    We will also be updating the Farallon Blog regularly with our daily eBird
    submissions and notes on life on the Island; the Blog is located at
    .
    
    Finally, I would like to thank the USFWS for continuing to support PRBO
    Conservation Science's presence on Southeast Farallon Island; without them, we
    birders would have very little idea of what was going on at this unique, amazing
    gem off the California Coast.
    
    Good birding,
    
    Matt Brady
    Southeast Farallon Island
    
    
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  29. San Diego, CA Rare Bird Alert, 16 October 2008 LINK
    DATE: Oct 17, 2008 @ 4:54am, 9 year(s) ago
    - San Diego, CA RBA [RARE BIRD ALERT]
    * California
    * San Diego
    * October 16, 2008
    * CASD 10.16.08
    
    - Birds mentioned:
    ____________________
    
    Greater White-fronted Goose
    Crested Caracara
    **SANDHILL CRANE**
    Pectoral Sandpiper
    Least Flycatcher
    Tropical Kingbird
    Varied Thrush
    Townsend's Solitaire
    Black-throated Blue Warbler
    Black-throated Green Warbler
    Black-and-white Warbler
    Painted Redstart
    Scarlet Tanager
    ____________________
    
    - Transcript
    
    Hotline: San Diego County, California
    Date: October 11, 2008-October 16, 2008 (AM)
    Number: (619) 688-2473 [619-NUT-BIRD]
    For SAN DIEGO FIELD ORNITHOLOGISTS
    
    Compiler: Michael Evans, mailto:muevans-at-cox.net
    
    NOTE: NOT ALL OF THE REPORTS PRESENTED BELOW HAVE BEEN
    ADEQUATELY VERIFIED; SPECIES RECORDS ON THE CALIFORNIA BIRD RECORDS
    COMMITTEE (CRBC) SPECIES LIST SHOULD BE SUBMITTED
    TO THE CRBC FOR ACCEPTANCE
    
    ALSO NOTE THAT NOT ALL REPORTS ARE INCLUDE HERE; LESS REMARKABLE OR
    UNVERIFIED REPORTS ARE INCLUDED IN THE ARCHIVE ONLY.
    
    _________________________________________
    
    Greater White-fronted Goose, 1, 10/11/08-10/16/08, San Diego R
    floodway, N-Robb Field: Sally Symanski & Francisco Wong
    
    Crested Caracara, 1, 10/11/08, Tijuana R Vly, Dairy Mart Rd sod farm:
    Jay Keller
    
    SANDHILL CRANE!, 1, 10/15/08, San Elijo Lagoon, NW-train tracks:
    Chris Mayne [see SD Birds photo]
    
    Pectoral Sandpiper, 1, 10/11/08, San Elijo Lagoon, E-I-5, from
    Manchester gate: Eric Kershner
    
    Least Flycatcher, 1, 10/14/08, Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, E-
    side, betw eucalyptus grove & committal shelter: Joe Worley
    
    Tropical Kingbird, 1, 10/13/08 & 10/15/08, Fort Rosecrans National
    Cemetery, Sec AA: Susan Smith & Joe Worley
    
    Varied Thrush, 1, 10/11/08, Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, SE-
    corner: Matthew T. Heindel [fide D. Aguillard]
    
    Townsend's Solitaire, 1, 10/14/08, Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery,
    SE-loop: Joe Worley
    
    Black-throated Blue Warbler, 1, 10/13/08, Anza Borrego Desert SP,
    Visitor's Center: Ann Keenan [awaiting description]
    
    Black-throated Green Warbler, 1, 10/15/08, Silver Strand, N-end,
    Fiddler's Cove parking lot: Matt Sadowski
    
    Black-and-white Warbler, 1, 10/11/08, Fort Rosecrans National
    Cemetery, SE-corner: Trent Stanley & 10/14/08, Santee Lakes, S-paddle
    boat stand: Drew Pallette
    
    Painted Redstart, 1, 10/12/08, Point Loma residential area, Dudley St,
    betw Silvergate & Albion: Sara Mayers
    
    Scarlet Tanager, 1 (F/Juv), 10/13/08, Fort Rosecrans National
    Cemetery, SE-Admin Center, W-side: Susan Smith
    _________________________________________
    
    DIRECTIONS/LOCATIONS/NOTES
    
    For directions to many of the locations listed here,
    See Thomas Brothers Map Book for San Diego County, or the following:
    
    UPDATED: SW BORDER BIRDING BLOG: Focusing on useful references for the
    resident and visiting birder, including 132 SD County Birding Locale
    Maps on internet, other local birding references, (see recent entry on
    winter high tide locales & species) & various list downloads (being
    updated) available at:
    
    Joe Morlan's San Diego Bird Page
    http://fog.ccsf.cc.ca.us/%7Ejmorlan/sd.htm
    
    SPECIES LISTS
    Download Current San Diego County Checklist & Rarity Ratings (REVISED):
    http://homepage.mac.com/aves/SW_Border_Birding/FileSharing33.html
    
    REPORTING
    Report sightings on the rare bird report form (California Bird Records
    Committee):
    http://www.wfo-cbrc.org/cbrc/reportform.asp
    
    Send reports on California Bird Record Committee
    Review Species sightings to:
    
    Guy McCaskie, Secretary
    California Bird Records Committee
    P.O. Box 275
    Imperial Beach, CA 91933-0275
    mailto:guymcc-at-pacbell.net
    
    Send local rarity descriptions to:
    
    Elizabeth Copper, San Diego Area Field Notes Editor
    mailto:ebcopper-at-avianresearch.org
    
    End transcript
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