Rodeo Ground Open Space 3

Stored Grains Present: 
Primary Substrate: 
Himalayan blackberry (Rubus armeniacus)
Secondary Substrate: 
cattails (Typha spp.)

Blackberry brambles along the cattail and tule marsh created by Caperton Canal on E side of Hwy 65, between 12 Bridges onramp and Rodeo stadium. To the northeast is the Sterling Parkway & Caperton Canal colony site, and farther east is the 1405 E Joiner Parkway colonies, all in the blackberry along the Caperton Canal. To the west, west of the freeway and slightly downstream, is the Twelve Bridges colony site.

Observations from this Location

Record Observation Date Observer Number of Birds Data Source
Data 2017-05-19 0 Personal Observation
Data 2017-04-09 0 Statewide Survey, 2017 (unpublished)
Data 2016-05-26 200 Personal Observation
Data 2016-05-19 200 Personal Observation
Data 2016-05-11 200 Personal Observation
Data 2016-05-02 200 Personal Observation
Data 2016-04-25 200 Personal Observation
Data 2016-04-17 200 Personal Observation
Data 2016-04-08 200 Sample Survey, 2016 (unpublished)
Data 2015-04-17 0 Sample Survey, 2015 (unpublished)
Data 2014-04-18 0 Statewide Survey, 2014 (unpublished)
Data 2011-04-19 John Irwin 500 Statewide Survey, 2011 (unpublished)
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