[Tweeters] Rose Breasted Grosbeak, seen all morning so far, Bonney Lake

travel girl travelgirl.fics at gmail.com
Sun Mar 28 18:20:10 PDT 2010


He was still there around 1630, then disappeared after supping from the seed
feeder... Just about that time, Evan Houston showed up, the skies started
to seriously leak, and light became non-existent (grin)...

Poor photos available later on my website ;)

00 caren
http://www.ParkGallery.org
george davis creek, north fork


On Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 13:16, Vicki Biltz <vickibiltz at msn.com> wrote:


> Hi, thought I would give an update, and resend my address, I will also be

> posting in the morning if the bird is here as well.

> Everyone that has come has gotten to see this bird. He is easily spooked,

> so everyone has been pretty quiet, and have gotten, for the most part, good

> long looks.

> He sometimes does his chip note, as he lands on the tree with the feeder he

> is using, I am hoping he will not leave if it storms later.

> My address is below, for those who wish to come, please look it up with

> mapquest; park in street, go to side-yard (no fence), and head to the back.

> Stay on outside of fence.

> There are a couple of chairs, good locations for spotting the bird.

> Please sign the book left on the porch, with time and any info you might

> wish others to read.....

> for any other info look at the other emails I have sent. Photos taken

> early morning and evening are posted on the flickr account below......

>

> address

> 19409 68th St E

> Bonney Lakes, WA 98391

>

> Vicki Biltz

> Bonney Lake, Wa

> vickibiltz at msn.com

> http://www.sawwhetsnew.blogspot.com/

> http://www.flickr.com/photos/saw-whets_new/

>

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