all photos & text by Don Roberson
LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH Seiurus monticilla
all photos taken in California
details of one I chased in 1990
The LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH is a very rare vagrant in California,
with just a handful of fall, winter, and spring records. All of these are
from southern California except for a single June bird banded on SE Farallon
I. The only one I've seen was a stake-out that I chased.
All of my California records are listed below. Those preceded by H
found or co-found by me personally; those preceded by
some partial credit (e.g., I was involved in sorting out i.d. of a previously
discovered bird or refound a vagrant that had been thought to have left).
These are my personal Louisiana Waterthrush records:
11 Feb 1990 La Jolla SD
this was a stake-out wintering bird that I flew down to see; my written
details are reproduced above
See the family page for county abbreviations. All photos & text ©
2003 Don Roberson; all rights reserved.
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