[Tweeters] Washington Subspecies List?
ixoreus at scattercreek.com
Sat Jan 26 10:53:48 PST 2013
Another good source has been the Wash. Breeding Bird Atlas, unfortunately out of print I believe.
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On Jan 26, 2013, at 5:57 AM, Nigel Ball <nigelj.ball at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't know of a list, but I use Peter Pyle's books (Identification Guides to North American Birds, vols 1 and 2) as my main source for subspecies (and indeed for bedtime reading), backed by Jewett et al. Birds of Washington State and Wahl et al. Birds of Washington).
> We are very lucky here to have a fine diversity of forms and subspecies worthy of a lifetime's study for those looking beyond simple listing.
> Nigel Ball
> Bainbridge Island
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> On Jan 25, 2013 4:39 PM, "Vincent Lucas" <vincentlucas5 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Can anyone direct me to or know of a list of subspecies for Washington birds and especially bird subspecies for the Olympic Peninsula where I live? Case in point, last week I saw my first for Washington Black-crowned Night-Heron here in Sequim. That bird didn't look anything like the BCNH I'm used to seeing in Florida. This WA BCNH had an almost yellow breast and acted completely differently than what I'm used to in FL. It was skittish and hid in a Western Cedar whereas the BCNH in FL are easily approachable and are found mostly along freshwater sources. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
>> Vincent Lucas
>> Sequim, WA
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