Recent Sightings for uncommon species: Red-breasted Nuthatch and Pine Siskin

Both the Red-breasted Nuthatch and Pine Siskin have been well documented in various parts of Orange County especially of recent. Neither species is rare by any means, just typically uncommon to find year round or on a continuum.

Here’s a few photos below with links to their respective photo galleries:

Photo taken at Rancho Santa Margarita Lake in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA on November 11, 2015
Photo taken at Rancho Santa Margarita Lake in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA on November 11, 2015

Pine Siskin photo gallery

Photo taken on the Barano Walk Trail in Mission Viejo, CA on November 8, 2015
Photo taken on the Barano Walk Trail in Mission Viejo, CA on November 8, 2015

Red-breasted Nuthatch photo gallery

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