[Tweeters] Red knots, Tulalip bay spit,3:00 pm today

Philip Dickinson pdickins at gmail.com
Sun Jul 17 13:43:08 PDT 2016

No Red Knots today at 11:45. Some Black-bellied Plovers, lots of Caspian
Terns (close to 100). I also saw three eagles, kingfisher, cormorants,
Great Blue Herons (at least 9), Canada geese, Barn Swallows. No other
plovers or sandpipers observed, although I am sure that there at least was
a Killdeer somewhere.

Phil Dickinson

On Sat, Jul 16, 2016 at 4:44 PM, Maxine Reid <baconmf at mail.com> wrote:

> Hi tweets

> There were 2 breeding plumage red knots along with numerous black bellied

> plovers

> And short billed dowitchers seen as the tide was about 8 feet.

> Then all flew away as the tide rose and covered the spit with water.

> Also good numbers of caspian terns on the spit.

> Other shorebirds in the bay include killdeers, spotted sandpipers(4),least

> sandpipers

> & 1 sanderling .

> Other bay birds include bald eagles - nest with 2 large juveniles , 1

> osprey,GBH, purple Martins,pigeon guillemots,belted kingfishers,Cedar

> waxwings.


> Cheers, Maxine Reid.


> Sent from my iPad

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