Common teal explosion

Deborah Wisti-Peterson nyneve at u.washington.edu
Thu Mar 15 10:17:58 PST 2001


can't speak for the other birds, but there has been one male common
teal at the montlake fill for more than a year now.

regards,

 Deborah Wisti-Peterson, PhD Candidate     nyneve at u.washington.edu
Department of Zoology, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash, USA
   Visit me on the web: http://students.washington.edu/~nyneve/
           Love the creator? Then protect the creation.

On Thu, 15 Mar 2001, Greg Toffic wrote:

> Tweeters,
> Will anyone speculate as to why there have been so many common teal (Eurasian green-winged teal) reported in Western Washington this year?  I'm aware of at least 6 males seen in the past couple of weeks. One each at Edmonds Marsh, Montlake Fill, Gorst Creek, Marymoor Park, and two at Blaine Harbor.  Have we just been overlooking them in the past?  Any explanations?
>
> Greg
>
> Greg Toffic
> Curator of Birds
> Woodland Park Zoo
> 5500 Phinney Avenue North
> Seattle, WA 98103
> (206) 684-4836 (Desk)
> (206) 233-7278 (Fax)
> greg.toffic at zoo.org
>
>
>
>



More information about the Tweeters mailing list