[Tweeters] Rosy-Finches at Elwha River Mouth

McComb Gardens info at mccombgardens.com
Sat Jan 3 18:00:09 PST 2015


Hi Tweeters,



The Gray-crowned Rosy-Finches (3) were still at the Elwha River Mouth this morning; and good sights of the Thayer’s Gulls.

Also the Snow Buntings (2) were at Ediz Hook; and good sights of the Black & Ruddy Turnstones.



27 species total – nice morning.



Wings,

Jane



Neil W. Burkhardt

Jane Stewart

121 Solar Lane

Sequim, WA 98382-8324

<mailto:info at mccombgardens.com> info at mccombgardens.com

360-681-2827





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Our trip tomorrow,

J



Neil W. Burkhardt

Jane Stewart

121 Solar Lane

Sequim, WA 98382-8324

<mailto:info at mccombgardens.com> info at mccombgardens.com

360-681-2827





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The gray-crowned Rosy-finches (3) were still at the Elwha River mouth as of 1:15 PM, just before the rains started. Look for the pile of driftwood logs made into a shelter. They seem to favor that area. Earlier, the two Snow Buntings were seen near the tower vicinity where they were reported two days ago I believe. They do move around, however.



Vincent Lucas

Port Angeles, WA

Vincentlucas5 at gmail.com <mailto:Vincentlucas5 at gmail.com>



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