[Tweeters] Marymoor Park (Redmond, King Co.) 2016-06-23

Michael Hobbs birdmarymoor at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 18:28:43 PDT 2016



Tweets - it was mistical this morning at Marymoor, meaning we got damp.  It might have reached "light rain" for awhile before slowly clearing.  Didn't seem to dampen the birds too much, though.

Highlights:

Double-crested Cormorant.    1 flyby, rare in June
Green Heron.                             1 quick flyby up slough
Cooper's Hawk.                          Caught what looked like a robin
Spotted Sandpiper.                   Again, at least 3 near weir
Mourning Dove.                         One
Yellow-rumped Warbler.           Independent juvenile, plus singing male
Lazuli Bunting.                            Male still singing near Viewing Mound
Western Meadowlark.               Juvenile at Compost Piles - rare for June

Lots of babies, with juncos and Savannahs and House Finch especially numerous. 

For the day, 62 species. 

- Michael Hobbs

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