Wilson's, other migrants

Jamie Acker biowler1 at juno.com
Wed Apr 25 09:04:05 PDT 2001

I had one Wilson's warbler singing yesterday at Olympic High School in Silverdale. (Kitsap County).

------Original Message------
From: "Scott Atkinson" <scottratkinson at hotmail.com>
To: tweeters at u.washington.edu
Sent: April 25, 2001 3:21:26 PM GMT
Subject: Wilson's, other migrants

Up in n. Lake Stevens today I had two WILSON'S WARBLERS at our place, first 
of the season here and a few days ahead of average arrival over recent 
years.  Several other warbler species were present as well, and another 
passage Hammond's Flycatcher was found, this one singing the distinctive 
"se-put!  tsuurp" song, kind of makes an observer feel like they are up at 
some campground in the middle elevations of the Cascades.  A few duck 
migrants have been around also:  a female Hooded Merganser was seen in 
northbound overflight yesterday, my first for our place, and a female 
Canvasback was noted right off southbound I-5 at the Dagmar's Landing pond, 
south of Marysville near the Everett STP, this morn.

For those not covering the birdbox, many migrant passerines were reported 
passing through Woodland Park by Tom Aversa yesterday, and he and Paul Hicks 
in Tenino both tallied NASHVILLE WARBLERS, I believe our first for wWA so 
far this spring.

Scott Atkinson
Lake Stevens
email:  scottratkinson at hotmail.com

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