[Tweeters] Birdbox for Thursday, April 19

Nancy Hertzel autumn207 at comcast.net
Thu Apr 19 17:41:09 PDT 2007

This is the Washington Birdbox report for Thursday, April 19, 2007.
Birdbox is sponsored by the Washington Ornithological Society.
Thursday, April 19, 10:04 am
Hello, this is Carl Haynie with a belated report on the ARCTIC LOON. It
was seen yesterday in the usual location just off of the beach near the
grocery store in Hansville, and that was between 3:10 pm and 3:50 pm.
Wednesday, April 18, 7:28 am
Hello, this is Carl Haynie reporting a TOWNSEND'S SOLITAIRE in
Sammamish. The bird has been seen along the street at the end of the cul
de sac. This morning, it was along a line of trees at 2406 -201st Ave.
SE in Sammamish. It's been present since Saturday.
Sunday, April 15, 8:39 pm
This is Rachel Lawson, Birdbox system administrator. The ARCTIC LOON is
still present as of today, April 15, at Point No Point. The bird has
been most easily seen for the past couple of days from the Hansville
store parking lot at the end of the Hansville Road. A HOODED ORIOLE,
presumably the same individual that has been present for the past two
summers, has returned to the Magnolia neighborhood in Seattle. It is
seen in the vicinity of Magnolia Blvd. and Montford Pl, but it ranges
fairly widely around the neighborhood and can be hard to find. That's
it. Good birding.
Transcribed by Nancy Hertzel
Autumn207 at comcast.net
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