This multi-function park includes a large equestrian facility, sports fields, off-leash dog exercise area, a couple of large lakes, a nature reserve and miles of paved paths through landscaped gardens and natural woodland. Located along the Pacific Flyway, an overhead highway for migrating birds, Huntington Central Park is known as a 'vagrant trap' by local birders.
The shady paths were a welcome change from the sun-baked wetlands, but the birds stayed high in the trees making photography (and sometimes identification) difficult. I saw different vireos and warblers but could only name those that ventured into camera range.
House Wren (Pictured Above)