[Tweeters] Spangle Migration & WW Crossbills

Michael Woodruff crazybirder98 at hotmail.com
Wed May 13 09:10:43 PDT 2009



I had some good migration going on in a half-hour walk-around here on
the Upper Columbia Academy campus this morning. Here's the highlights:



Hermit Thrush - 1

GRAY FLYCATCHER - 1

Dusky Flycatcher - 2

Townsend's Warbler - 2

Orange-crowned Warbler - 7

Yellow-rumped Warbler - 1

Yellow Warbler - 1

Warbling Vireo - 1

Ruby-crowned Kinglet - 3

GOLDEN-CROWNED SPARROW - 1

Chipping Sparrow - 2

WHITE-WINGED CROSSBILL - 2 still here



I finally had my camera on me when I ran into the crossbills today.
One is a female, and the other is a very yellow bird, must be a
subadult male, that is almost continually singing. I'll post photos
soon to www.flickr.com/photos/nightjar . I'll watch for breeding
behavior but so far just two very active and vocal birds that really
seem out of place.



Michael Woodruff

Spokane, WA


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