[Tweeters] Harlequin Thank You

Brenda Burnett beaknbird at hotmail.com
Fri Jun 12 13:48:01 PDT 2009

Funny...I walked Myrtle Edwards Park (Seattle waterfront) yesterday from 11 - noon, and the water was empty of birds except for a pair of snoozing Harlequins near the grain terminal. I was surprised to see them there.

Brenda Burnett
beaknbird at hotmail dot com

From: janetlaura at earthlink.net
To: tweeters at u.washington.edu
Date: Fri, 12 Jun 2009 12:22:10 -0700
Subject: [Tweeters] Harlequin Thank You

Last week I asked for suggestions on where to find some Harlequins close by in June – a species that was the top of the list for some visiting bird friends. I just wanted to thank all the fine folks who responded with great suggestions for places to try. What a generous and knowledgeable resource Tweeters is for those of us who bird in WA. Our Wisconsin friends were astounded (and envious).

The place that was successful for us was the Keystone Ferry dock on Whidbey Is – 4 males and 1 female, all close in on the rock jetty in perfect camera ready position. Our friends were overjoyed.
Thanks again

Janet P. Ray
Preston, WA
janetlaura at earthlink.net

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