Eastern WA 3/22-23

Scott G. Downes Downess at cwu.EDU
Sat Mar 23 20:42:28 PST 2002


Tweets,
I've been checking the shrub-steppe areas along Vantage Hwy every day for the past couple of weeks. Friday morning, just after the cold spell lifted I noted Meadowlarks in force singing for the first time. Checking these areas periodically throughout the winter Medowlarks were scarce to nonexistant, so I would say these birds clearly represented migrants coming into breed.


Scott Downes
downess at cwu.edu
Ellensburg WA


>>> Netta Smith/Dennis Paulson <nettasmith at attbi.com> 03/23/02 19:48 PM >>>


Western Meadowlark - many in Columbia Basin in song, presumably migrants
that have arrived (they seem very scarce in winter). One at north end of
Blue Lake in the shrubbery was surely a migrant, as this isn't breeding
habitat.





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