Possible Phainopepla in West Seattle

Jim McCoy jfmccoy at earthlink.net
Tue Mar 5 00:44:40 PST 2002


Gene -- how near? If the answer is "quite", the next question is:
Is there a decent-sized planting of mistletoe nearby?

Jim McCoy
jfmccoy at earthlink.net
Redmond, WA



-----Original Message-----
From: Eugene Hunn [mailto:enhunn at attbi.com]
Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 7:49 PM
To: RachelLawson at softhome.net; tweeters at u.washington.edu
Subject: Re: Possible Phainopepla in West Seattle


Rachel et al.,

Curious, as that's near where the only record so far judged believable for
the state was recorded a few years back.

Gene.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rachel Lawson" <RachelLawson at softhome.net>
To: <tweeters at u.washington.edu>
Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 3:08 PM
Subject: Possible Phainopepla in West Seattle



> There is an unconfirmed but very convincing report of a PHAINOPEPLA in

West

> Seattle. The couple that observed the bird on a wire in their yard are

> naturalists, have extensive experience with Phainopepla in Arizona, and

saw

> the appropriate field marks. They saw the bird on 3/3 and reported it to

> Seattle Audubon staff today. Steve Dang and I went down there and spoke

to

> the couple, but were not able to relocate the bird.

>

> The the original sighting was on the 2300 block of 46th SW in West

> Seattle. Keep your eyes open!

>

> Rachel Lawson

> Seattle

> RachelLawson at softhome.net

>





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