Alexander deBarros

Compiler for the San Fernando Valley Christmas Bird Count

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The Black Phoebe, the Cassin’s Kingbird, and Pacific Slope Flycatcher are among the unusual birds found in the San Fernando Valley during the latest annual Christmas Bird Count.

Why more bird species are appearing in LA: Results from Christmas Bird Count

The Black Phoebe, the Cassin’s Kingbird, and Pacific Slope Flycatcher are among the unusual birds found in the San Fernando Valley during the latest annual Christmas Bird Count.

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