(photo below) and Cliff Swallow.
(photo below) plus a Double-creasted Cormorant, one Curlew, and a handful of Least Sandpiper were along the edge of the Lagoon.
(photo by Mike Baird). When they are not moving they are nearly impossible to see, as they blend in perfectly with their environment. Fortunately we saw several fly; once they land they are invisible.
One of our best sightings of the morning was a Pacific-slope Flycatcher. First we heard it, then saw it flitting about in Willows by the creek. I have often heard the bird, but this was the first time in years that I have actually seen the little darling. Our next and last stop was Lynn's patio in Cambria. Lunch and, of course desert, was Yummie!!