[Tweeters] Snohomish County Northern Waterthrush - No

Philip Dickinson pdickins at gmail.com
Sat Aug 27 18:07:33 PDT 2016


Other than not falling into the swamp, I had the same experience as Josh
Adams in my search for the Snohomish Northern Waterthrush. Heard some chip
notes that sounded good for this species, but the bird never popped out.
However, walking down the trail about three-quarters of a mile, I did find
a couple of nice clusters of birds that included Black-throated Gray and
Townsend's Warbler (low quality photos), Cassin's, Red-eyed and Warbling
Vireo, Western Wood-Pewee, Brown Creeper, Pine Siskins, Evening Grosbeaks
(a pair). Townsend's certainly was a nice surprise and the best look I have
ever had.

Phil Dickinson

On Sat, Aug 27, 2016 at 1:22 PM, Philip Dickinson <pdickins at gmail.com>
wrote:


> At least you did not break your ankle, like I did at Eide Rd. several

> weeks ago. I am disappointed you did not find the bird, as I was thinking

> of chasing it this afternoon. Weather is not the best for it to show

> itself, though.

>

> Phil Dickinson

>

> On Sat, Aug 27, 2016 at 11:59 AM, Beast Of Exmoor <beastofexmoor at gmail.com

> > wrote:

>

>> Spent 90mins at the spot described on eBird this morning. A couple

>> interesting chip calls, but nothing definitive. Not completely uneventful

>> though as I managed to fall into the swamp.

>>

>> Josh Adams

>> Cathcart

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