[Tweeters] Re: [inland-NW-birders]Eurasian Collared-Dove Grant County

Hill hill at smwireless.net
Sun Jul 10 20:35:34 PDT 2005

The Collared-Dove was seen and heard at a private residence just south of 
Warden HS, east of Road U SE on Road 9.  After hearing this dove call 
continually I think the Columbia NWR record of 6/14 should be withdrawn. 
While today's bird often gave an upper-inflected "falsetto" second note, the 
first and third notes were much too mellow compared to the CNWR bird, which 
was likely a Mourning Dove doing a 3-note low-high-low call.

I spoke with the occupant of the house.  She asked if I was monitoring the 
burrowing owls in the field between her house and the high school (which I 
was, but most of those owls have left already).  She seemed OK with a few 
birders driving down the road to her place, but you should stop in and ask 
for permission to park or bird in her yard as I believe the public road ends 

Randy Hill
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Doug Schonewald" <dschone8 at donobi.net>
To: "Inland-Nw-Birders at Uidaho.Edu" <inland-nw-birders at uidaho.edu>
Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2005 10:10 AM
Subject: [inland-NW-birders]Eurasian Collared-Dove Grant County

> Birders,
> Randy Hill, AKA Mr. Collared-Dove, just called to leave directions to
> another Grant Count Collared-Dove. The dove is located near the Warden 
> High
> School along or near Road 'U' NE. It is in a back yard calling loudly and
> regularly.
> Cheers
> Doug Schonewald
> Moses Lake, WA
> dschone8 at donobi.net
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