[Tweeters] RBA: Portland, OR 10-19-06
hnehls at teleport.com
Wed Oct 18 23:29:20 PDT 2006
* October 19, 2006
- birds mentioned
CAPE MAY WARBLER
hotline: Portland Oregon Audubon RBA (weekly)
To report: Harry Nehls 503-233-3976 <hnehls at teleport.com>
compiler: Harry Nehls
coverage: entire state
Hello, this is the Audubon Society of Portland Rare Bird Report. This report
was made Thursday October 19. If you have anything to add call Harry Nehls
On October 11 a possible BROAD-WINGED HAWK was seen over Mt. Scott in
southeast Portland. Another was reported October 14 in the Coast Range near
Manning. A GREAT-TAILED GRACKLE was seen October 15 at Lakeside in Coos
County. On October 13 a CAPE MAY WARBLER was seen near the Clackamas Town
Center in southeast Portland. On October 14 a BLUE JAY was at Malheur NWR
Headquarters. A MANX SHEARWATER was off Boiler Bay October 16.
Among the many migrants during the week were NORTHERN SHRIKES, MEW GULLS,
CACKLING GEESE, and LINCOLN¹S SPARROWS. The number of EURASIAN
COLLARED-DOVES continue to increase. During the week a flock of ten was at
Madras and a flock of 13 was in White City.
On October 13 a PALM WARBLER and 394 GREAT EGRETS were at Smith/Bybee Lakes
in North Portland. That day a BLACK SWIFT was over Oregon City. Two LAPLAND
LONGSPURS were at the Molalla Sewage Ponds October 12. On October 15 a
POMARINE JAEGER and four SURF SCOTERS were at the Philomath Sewage Ponds.
That day two PACIFIC LOONS were at Fern Ridge Reservoir. On October 16 a
SAGE THRASHER was at Lake Selmac south of Grants Pass.
On October 14 two BAND-TAILED PIGEONS were at the Green Ridge HawkWatch
Station near Camp Sherman. On October 13 a MARBLED GODWIT was at Houston
Lake near Powell Butte. Two BLACK-BELLIED PLOVERS were at Ochoco Lake near
Prineville October 16. A SURF SCOTER was at Hatfield Lake near Bend October
14. Another was seen that day on Lake Simtustus near Madras.
That¹s it for this week.
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