[Tweeters] RBA: Portland, OR 10-21-10
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Wed Oct 20 23:42:39 PDT 2010
* October 20, 2010
- birds mentioned
hotline: Portland Oregon Audubon RBA (weekly)
To report: Harry Nehls 503-233-3976 <hnehls6 at comcast.net>
compiler: Harry Nehls
coverage: entire state
Hello, this is the Audubon Society of Portland Rare Bird Report. This report
was made Thursday October 21. If you have anything to add call Harry Nehls
On October 14 a probable CRESTED AUKLET was photographed at Port Orford. It
could not be relocated. A probable KING EIDER was seen October 16 passing
Boiler Bay. Two SCRUB-JAYS and a BLUE JAY are now being seen in Union.
Large flocks of ROBINS are now gathering in Central Oregon. Large numbers of
RED-BREASTED NUTHATCHES are being report in many parts of the state. Several
TROPICAL KINGBIRDS were reported during the week in Curry County.
On October 19 a MOUNTAIN CHICKADEE was at Lone Ranch State Park north of
Brookings. That day two CLAY-COLORED SPARROWS and two YELLOW-HEADED
BLACKBIRDS were near Cape Blanco. On October 18 a NORTHERN SHRIKE was on the
North Spit of Coos Bay. A SAGE SPARROW was seen October 15 at the South
Jetty of the Siuslaw River. On October 14 a POORWILL was seen near Florence.
Two PALM WARBLERS were at Tillamook Bay October 16. On October 19 a TROPICAL
KINGBIRD and a large number of RED-BREASTED NUTHATCHES were at Fort Stevens
State Park. Four LAPLAND LONGSPURS were seen October 17 at the South Jetty
of the Columbia River.
A NORTHERN SHRIKE was west of Banks October 14. A LEWIS¹S WOODPECKER was
near Dayton October 18. A late female BULLOCK¹S ORIOLE was seen October 19
On October 16 five SURF SCOTERS were on Haystack Reservoir south of Madras.
That day an AMERICAN GOLDEN-PLOVER and a STILT SANDPIPER were at Houston
Lake in Powell Butte. Also on October 16 a NORTHERN SHRIKE was north of
Prineville. On October 13 a SURF SCOTER was at Hatfield Lake near Bend. A
PALM WARBLER was seen October 16 at Malheur NWR Headquarters. A BLUE
GROSBEAK was photographed during the week at the P Ranch at Malheur NWR.
That¹s it for this week.
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