[Tweeters] Question about olive-sided flycatcher

Ed Dominguez edomino.ed at gmail.com
Sat Jul 9 11:44:43 PDT 2016


Seward Park was alive with Pac Slope Flycatchers this morning. On several
scrambles this season, the Subalpine zone was full of Olive-sided. Sorry
Olympia has been bereft this season!

Ed Dominguez

Lead Naturalist
Seward Park Audubon Center

On Fri, Jul 8, 2016 at 9:57 PM, <kristinstewart01 at comcast.net> wrote:


> I have not heard pac-slopes as usual, or any other flycatcher, other than

> a couple of willow flycatcher calls, but not repeated, and probably not

> resident here as they usually are. Olive-sided are unusual here, except

> sometimes in the fall. Also I heard no vireos this spring. On the other

> hand, I had several male rufous hummers all spring and early summer, until

> about 2 weeks ago. Have had both rufous and Anna's all spring, and still

> have female/young rufous, as well as the resident Anna 's.

>

> Kristin Stewart

> Olympia

>

> Sent from my iPad

>

> > On Jul 8, 2016, at 5:13 PM, Bob <rflores_2 at msn.com> wrote:

> >

> > Hello All,

> > I have not had a olive-sided flycatcher at my place yet this year. I

> have had them in late May for as long as I have been here. Are other folks

> who normally experience osfl this time of the year experiencing what I am?

> Just curious.

> >

> > Bob Flores

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