[Tweeters] Fill today - Buffleheads

Bob Schmidt bobs at world-wide.com
Sat Oct 15 16:51:08 PDT 2011


This is a very belated report, but I saw 1 female Bufflehead from the pier
at Log Boom Park in Kenmore on Oct 2. I have not seen any since including
on a return trip to Log Boom Park on Oct 13.



Bob Schmidt, Bothell, WA

bobs at world hyphen wide dot com



From: tweeters-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu
[mailto:tweeters-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Rolan
Nelson
Sent: Saturday, October 15, 2011 4:05 PM
To: TWEETERS tweeters; Connie Sidles
Subject: Re: [Tweeters] Fill today




Connie's Buffleheads at the Fill must be the leading edge of them. I've
been watching eagerly for their return to the Lake at Madigan on Joint Base
Lewis McChord. No sign of them yet
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Rolan Nelson
Fircrest, WA
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--- On Sat, 10/15/11, Connie Sidles <constancesidles at gmail.com> wrote:


From: Connie Sidles <constancesidles at gmail.com>
Subject: [Tweeters] Fill today
To: "TWEETERS tweeters" <tweeters at u.washington.edu>
Date: Saturday, October 15, 2011, 11:00 AM

Hey tweets, despite the fact that today was a football Saturday, the birds
were fantastic. More birds than people, I wot. The winter ducks were
especially spectacular: 3 Ruddies, 3 Buffleheads (they're back!!), numerous
American Wigeons, 7 Northern Pintails, a big flock of Ring-necked mixed with
a few Lesser Scaup, and the Wood Ducks were reportedly out in force
(although I didn't see any). Also, a flock of Common Mergansers flew by but
wouldn't settle in the lake - too many ginormous boats I think, all lined up
for football. The boats were helpful in herding numerous Horned Grebes to
fish on the Fill side of the lake - I couldn't count them all, as they never
seemed to surface all at once.



On land, things were quite quiet until I reached SW Pond, where the bushes
were so crammed with passerines as to defy belief. Among the Song Sparrows,
White-crowned, Lincoln's, Savannahs, American Goldfinches, House Finches,
Red-winged Blackbirds, and Bewick's Wrens was at least one Pine Siskin.
First of year bird for me. In this same habitat recently were Fox Sparrows,
a Pacific Wren, lots of Yellow-rumped Warblers, and a beautiful male Purple
Finch. Two Western Meadowlarks were walking and flying in Hunn Meadow West.



A great day. - Connie, Seattle



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