[Tweeters] Kubota Gardens oddity

Larry Schwitters leschwitters at me.com
Sun Apr 24 11:42:03 PDT 2016

> On Apr 24, 2016, at 10:25 AM, Jeffrey Bryant <jbryant_68 at yahoo.com> wrote:


> While on a jaunt with the dog down the ravine behind Kubota Gardens, I heard a number of FOY birds: Pacific-slope Flycatcher, Black-throated Gray Warbler, and Cassin's Vireo. Then a loud, very unmusical and very unfamiliar call drew me into the gardens to search out the source. Eventually I found it in dense Portugal Laurels along the eastern maintenance road: an apparent hybrid Golden/Lady Amherst Pheasant! Striking male with golden crown, black throat, scarlet breast and mottled black-and-white capelet.

> Not countable, of course, but, like a painted bunting, something that just seems like an artist's rendition of a fairytale until you see it with your own eyes.


> jeff bryant

> seattle

> jbryant_68 AT yahoo

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