[Tweeters] Cowlitz Say's Phoebe, Glaucous Gull [Sat 3/5/16]
russkope at gmail.com
Sat Mar 5 20:19:22 PST 2016
Later this afternoon the SAY'S PHOEBE was on the opposite side of the loop.
9131 Willow Grove Road. Just a short ways as the phoebe flies, but a longer
On Sat, Mar 5, 2016 at 8:09 PM, Bob <rflores_2 at msn.com> wrote:
> Dang Randy Hill and I looked for the glaucous gull on the Lewis today and
> did not find it. You may be correct in your assumption. We also could not
> find the rusty blackbird.
> Bob Flores
> Ridgefield, WA
> > On Mar 5, 2016, at 19:58, Matt Bartels <mattxyz at earthlink.net> wrote:
> > Hi Tweets -
> > The Say’s Phoebe, reported yesterday by Russ Koppendrayer, was still
> present this morning at the same spot on Willow Grove Rd. [6349 Willow
> Grove Rd.] hawking from fence posts and compost piles.
> > After trying in vain to turn up a Say’s Phoebe in Wahkiakum [did see 2
> Black Phoebes near the Julia Butler Hanson NWR HQ], I headed back into
> Cowlitz Co. Not much turned up on Woodland Bottoms, but at Kalama River
> Rd., gulls were gathered on the bridge for Hendrickson Rd. Among the other
> gulls was a [or the?] 2nd cycle Glaucous Gull — I believe earlier reports
> have put a 2nd cycle Glaucous Gull in Woodland along the Lewis River, and
> at Woodland Bottoms — so maybe it was the same bird moving north a bit?
> > Good birding,
> > Matt Bartels
> > Seattle, WA
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