[Tweeters] Washington BirdBox 11/20/07 - 11/28/07

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The Washington BirdBox is a voice mailbox sponsored by the Washington
Ornithological Society. To leave a report about a notable sighting or to
listen
to the most recent reports from other birders, call (206) 281-9172 and follow
the prompts.

Rachel Lawson is the system administrator. She can be reached at
_rachelwl at msn.com_ (mailto:rachelwl at msn.com) .

Please contact me (Phil Kelley) by phone or email if you have any questions,
comments, or corrections about this transcription.

Sunday, November 25, 4:10 PM. Jan Bragg, 206-524-3460. There were 7
BOHEMIAN WAXWINGS at Magnuson Park today. They were initially feeding in hawthorn
trees with ROBINS and CEDAR WAXWINGS and then returning to tall maple trees at
the North end swim area, where they would rest as a group. They were still
there at 2:45 PM.

Sunday, November 25, 5:17 PM. Hi, this is Marcia Taylor, 206-523-4677. I
was just down in Magnuson Park in Seattle and saw the 7 BOHEMIAN WAXWINGS that
Jan Bragg reported. We watched them fly away to the Northeast, high and far
away, so they are gone now. That's it. Good luck and good birding.

BirdBox last accessed Tuesday, November 28, 9:11 AM.




Phil Kelley
Lacey, WA
scrubjay323 at aol.com
360-459-1499

" We were few and they were many. Now we are many and they are few"
Confucius



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