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18 minutes ago, IKLland said:

No Cassia?!šŸ˜­šŸ˜­šŸ˜­šŸŒšŸ˜Ž

Sadly, no! That was the hope. I knew they weren't type 2 when hearing them, but beyond that I had no clue. Got home and crossed my fingers, but alas, they weren't Cassia.

Still, only the third county record of type 3.

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12 minutes ago, DLecy said:

Sadly, no! That was the hope. I knew they weren't type 2 when hearing them, but beyond that I had no clue. Got home and crossed my fingers, but alas, they weren't Cassia.

Still, only the third county record of type 3.

Nice. Iā€™m hoping we get ANY crossbills in OC this winter. Very tricky bird here, there was one flock last year that was a flyover flock that only 3 people saw.Ā 

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2 minutes ago, IKLland said:

Nice. Iā€™m hoping we get ANY crossbills in OC this winter. Very tricky bird here, there was one flock last year that was a flyover flock that only 3 people saw.Ā 

Good luck. This is a good year for them. I am tempted to head down to Skylawn Cemetery in San Mateo County, where they had Cassia Crossbills. Alvaro reported a putative type 1 today from that location, which is very rare for CA.Ā 

Make sure you are listening whenever you're out this winter when, especially at elevation.

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