laas-logo-rba-textThis is the Los Angeles Rare Bird Alert for June 19.

-Birds mentioned

Brant
Canvasback
Neotropic Cormorant (Ventura County)
American Golden-Plover
Inca Dove
Common Ground-Dove
Vermilion Flycatcher
Eastern Kingbird
Rose-breasted Grosbeak


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Hotline: Los Angeles Rare Bird Alert
E-mail reports to: Jon Fisher at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Coverage: Los Angeles County, Ventura County as warranted

- RBA
* California
* Los Angeles RBA
* June 19, 2015
* CALA1506.19

-Transcript

This is the Los Angeles Rare Bird Alert for June 19.

A BRANT was along the lower LA River south of the Del Amo crossing in Long beach on June 17 and a male CANVASBACK continued on the river just below Willow Street through June 15.

An AMERICAN GOLDEN-PLOVER was found on Edwards AFB Property on June 17. It has been seen both at Rosamond Dry Lake and at Duckbill Lake at the Piute Ponds. It was still present on June 18. Remember that a letter of permission is required for entry.

INCA DOVES continue at Col. Leo H. Washington Park in Los Angeles, with two present south of the swimming pool area on June 17.

A COMMON GROUND-DOVE at Linden H. Chandler Preserve in Rolling Hills Estates was reported again on June 15.

A juvenile VERMILION FLYCATCHER was at Peck Road Water Conservation Park in Arcadia from June 14-15. It was at the southwest corner of the peninsula, directly west of the parking area.

An EASTERN KINGBIRD was seen briefly at Legacy Park in Malibu on June 15.

A male ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK was briefly at Alondra Park in Lawndale on June 13. Another was on San Clemente Island on June 16.


VENTURA COUNTY--

The NEOTROPIC CORMORANT at Ormond Beach continued through June 13. From Hueneme Road, turn south on Perkins Road and go to the end- the parking area is on your right. Then from the parking area head southeast and cross the small bridge over the channel and continue to head southeast a short distance. When present the bird has been in the small lagoon.


This report is sponsored by the Los Angeles Audubon Society.

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Jon L Fisher
Glendale, CA
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