[Tweeters] WOS Birdbox June 30-July 13

Rebecca Galloway & Richard Schmeck cametobe at comcast.net
Wed Jul 13 10:21:41 PDT 2005


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 were 3 reports since the last transcription date of Thursday 6/30.

Tuesday, June 28, 10:01am.   This is Michael Fleming, 206 297 3234. Did some
birding this Sunday with Stefan Slick.  We originally went over to the Tyson
Ponds to try to find the WHITE RUMPED SANDPIPER.  It was not there. We
could not locate it.  We did have a SEMI PALMATED SANDPIPER ther, though,
that was originally located by Mike Denny on the day before.  And on the way
back we stopped by the Liberty area and had 3 FLAMMULATED OWLS.  That’s it,
good luck and good birding.  

Tuesday, June 28, 3:19pm. This is Michael Fleming,  206 297 3234.  Did a little
birding this afternoon down at Discovery Park, and the highlight was 3
MARBLED MURRELETS up close near the lighthouse.  That’s it, good luck and
good birding.

Sunday, July 10, 10:24am.  This is Steven Mlodinow.  On July 10, there was a 
breeding plumage RED KNOT at Crockett Lake, viewable from the south side of
the lake along the road, towards the western end.  That’s it, good luck and
good birding.

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Rebecca Galloway
Northgate, Seattle
206 543 0329


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