[Tweeters] Re: [obol] Phalaropes in Clark County too

John Bishop bishopjg at earthlink.net
Wed Nov 16 19:27:21 PST 2016

Terry and I didn’t realize how unlikely red-necked phalaropes would be at this time of year, and after she got a better look at her photos it turns out that it was a pair of red phalaropes at Ridgefield NWR, not red-necked.

> On Nov 16, 2016, at 6:09 PM, John Bishop <bishopjg at earthlink.net> wrote:


> Leslie Carlson and Barry Woodruff reported two RED PHALAROPES from a large pond on St. John’s Road just south of NE 88th St. They were still there at dusk when I saw them. The pond is viewable from the street at an undeveloped lot on NE 39th Ave. at the location shown in my e-bird list:

> http://ebird.org/ebird/pnw/view/checklist/S32585187 <http://ebird.org/ebird/pnw/view/checklist/S32585187>

> They were still there at dusk when I left, so maybe a good chance to see them in the morning.


> This morning Terry Anderson reported a couple of RED NECKED PHALAROPES at the Ridgefield NWR River S unit, near post 7.


> Cheers,

> John

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