[Tweeters] Marymoor Say's Phoebe no!

Somer, Lonnie lsomer at highline.edu
Sun Mar 6 14:03:07 PST 2016

Hi Tweeters,

I also didn't see the Say's Phoebe. I left a little after noon when I was also caught in a downpour. As I was looking for the phoebe, 2 very nice young birders ran over from the viewing mound to tell me that they had a Northern Shrike. I soon joined them on the mound and the shrike was easily visible perched in a bush a few hundred feet away. I managed to see 5 W. Meadowlarks nearby before the rains came; 1 was singing.

Good birding,

Lonnie Somer
lsomer at highline.edu

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Sent: Sunday, March 6, 2016 10:50 AM
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Subject: [Tweeters] Marymoor Say's Phoebe no!

Hey tweeters!
I went to Marymoor to check for the Phoebe a few minutes ago in the middle of a huge rain shower. I was disappointed. I checked the north end of fields 7-8-9 and didn't see it (I did see 4 Western Meadowlarks though!, as well as Ring-billed, Cali, Mew and Olympic gulls, a lonely heron and some flyby ducks) the rain going faster forced me back to the car. It could still be around there, and it could have moved to a new part of the park. Who knows? Anyway, the sun is out now (of course! The minute I leave...) so that's good for future Phoebe searchers
Good luck!

-Kaylin ingalls
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