a little more green heron stuff
amazilia55 at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 15 13:22:04 PDT 2004
I had two nests for two years straight, on the
southwest corner of Henderson Inlet, across from
Harmony Farm in Thurston Co., in 1996-97. I had no
idea that their nests weren't well documented for this
area, I wish I had taken some data. More recently,
here in Whatcom Co., I see them nearly everyday along
the Mt. Baker Hwy, most often near the Deming area,
and also frequently when I am driving on the Guide
Meridian. They must be nesting in the area, and it
shouldn't be too hard to figure out where, maybe I'll
put some effort into it,
awheelan at hermaninstitute.org
--- Kelly Mcallister <mcallkrm at dfw.wa.gov> wrote:
> I am aware of a couple of confirmed Green Heron
> nests, one near The Evergreen
> State College west of Olympia in 1980 and one off
> Cooper Point Road, not far
> from The Evergreen State College, this spring.
> However, I feel certain that Green Herons nest
> regulary in a vast area of the
> lowland Puget Trough. The species appears to have
> expanded its range and become
> relatively common here in the past 30 years.
> Kelly McAllister
> Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
> Olympia, Washington
> Reply to: mcallkrm at dfw.wa.gov
> On Mon, 14 Jun 2004, Gary Bletsch wrote:
> > Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 13:21:00 -0700 (PDT)
> > From: Gary Bletsch <garybletsch at yahoo.com>
> > To: tweeters at u.washington.edu
> > Subject: Green Heron in Skagit County
> > Dear Tweeters,
> > A friend's son-in-law found a fledgling Green
> Heron on
> > a city street in Sedro-Woolley on June 12. The
> > was taken to a rehabilitation facility.
> > Local birders have long "known" that Green Hernons
> > bred around here, but I had not heard of nests or
> > young being seen. Have there been many confirmed
> > breeding locations for the species in Western WA?
> > =====
> > Yours truly,
> > Gary Bletsch
> > near Lyman (Skagit County), Washington
> > garybletsch at yahoo.com
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