BIRDBOX TRANSCRIPTION, APRIL 14-20
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Sun Apr 21 10:46:09 PDT 2002
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Wednesday, April 17, 11:33 AM - This is Brian Bell calling from Marymoor
Park. We are standing in the compost pile area east of the soccer fields and
the dog area. At Marymoor this morning we have a SAGE THRASHER out here
showing all the markings. Wonderful looks. It is being very cooperative. We
are also standing here looking at a HORNED LARK about 15 feet away from us
right at the moment. Very good morning.
Saturday, April 20, 10:04 PM - This is Steven Mlodinov. Today Dennis Duffy
and I birded from Stanwood up through Skagit County. We had 122 species.
Relatively light on rarities. The best bird was three SANDHILL CRANES flying
over the Skagit Game Range. Also had an early MacGILLIVRAY'S WARBLER there
and a EURASIAN GREEN-WINGED TEAL over at the base of Marsh Point on the
southeast side. That's it. Good luck and good birding.
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