Notes from About San Francisco
Notes From About San Francisco
On Dec. 28, 1901 while collecting near San Bruno I came across a flock of twenty-five Regulus satrapa olivaceus. They were together in a large oak and were very tame, one male and two females being secured.
While skinning an immature Larus philadelphia I found a tapeworm about six inches long in the intestines. I also found one in a male Passerella i. unalaschcensis taken Dec. 26, 1901.
On Feb. 2 and 15 I saw two Sitta canadensis in some fir trees in Golden Gate Park about one-half mile from the ocean and on Dec 27 a single specimen, all being very tame.
J. R. Pemberton