The Hooded Warbler continues Saturday May 12, 2018 at Sand Dune Park, Manhattan Beach. It stings consistently and spends a lot of time low in trees or bushes occasionally dropping to the ground, but often in the shade making it very very difficult to obtain be sent photographs. And the bird moves up and down between the middle tier and the lowest tier of the park. Find it by listening for the one very loudly singing warbler. Thomas Geza Miko Radiation Management Los Angeles County Public Health 3530 Wilshire Blvd 9th floor Los Angeles, CA 90010 Cell 213.471.6001 Office 213.351.7382 Other cell 909.241.3300
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