WOS Birdbox for 5/16-5/25

cametobe at comcast.net cametobe at comcast.net
Tue May 25 09:59:15 PDT 2004

The Washington BirdBox is a voice mailbox sponsored by the Washington
Ornithological Society. To leave a message about a notable sighting, or to
listen to the messages from the last seven days, call (206) 281-9172 and
follow the prompts.

Rachel Lawson is system administrator. She can be reached at
RachelLawson at softhome.net.

Please address any corrections (such as errors in place names or observers) to Rebecca Galloway, cametobe at comcast.net, 206-525-9102.

There have been two reports since Sunday, May 16.

Thursday 5/20 7:45am. John O’Connell. Yesterday May 19 in Monroe, approximately 4/10 of a mile south from the main entrance of the Washington State Reformatory, on the power lines adjacent to the road paralleling the river, a singing male LAZULI BUNTING.

Sunday 5/23 1:30pm. Hi this is Denny DeSilva with Seattle Audubon. I’m leading a field trip right now. We’re at Ham Creek where we had a WESTERN KINGBIRD on the north side of the Ham Creek restoration area. It’s along the fenceline with Delta Marine. The bird is highly visible; it’s feeding actively, and it’s about halfway along the fenceline, about 150 yards west of the mouth of Ham Creek. But it’s on the barbed wire fenceline.

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