[Tweeters] Neah Bay today

Todd Sahl toddsahl at yahoo.com
Sat Nov 19 07:06:42 PST 2016


Here is, I think, the relevant checklist:

http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S32585506

Dusky-capped Flycatcher is the species of interest.

I found the checklist by looking at the Clallam county Rare Bird Alert on eBird.

Todd Sahl
Seattle
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> On Nov 19, 2016, at 6:45 AM, Randy Hill <re_hill at q.com> wrote:

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> If you go to ebird you will find the Willow Flycatcher noted with a correction. Bob Flores’s photo was up higher and had a little better light, and we are hoping the recordings will verify the species ID. What a find Bruce! Assumed first state record.

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> Randy Hill

> Ridgefield

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> From: tweeters-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu [mailto:tweeters-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of re_hill

> Sent: Wednesday, November 16, 2016 9:10 PM

> To: tweeters

> Subject: [Tweeters] Neah Bay today

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> Bob Flores and I headed to Neah Bay today and arrived in one of several rain showers during the day. After scanning the bay we checked the 1st and Blue Jay area and quickly found Palm Warbler and Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, then 3 Tropical Kingbirds before walking the area from the MiniMart to Butler's Motel. At the "oriole" stop a white-crowned x golden-crowned sparrow showed. At the jetty there were probably 100-200 Red Phalarope visible close or flying around and landing to the north. We tried to estimate Northern Fulmar numbers but anywhere from 20-80 might be accurate. The Wa'atch River produced most of what Mike Barry had seen including a Northern Shrike, 40+ Red Phalaropes, Brant, 9 Snow Geese and 6 races of Canada and Cackling Goose. An interesting raptor scenario had one Peregrine Falcon take a Green-winged Teal, hand off to another that dropped it with a Rough-legged Hawk taking it and losing it to a Bald Eagle.

> Back to town we got a call from Bruce Paige about a Willow Flycatcher!! at the west end of the jetty. We relocated it and Bob got a photo. Our attempt to finish walking around town was shortened by rain but there were still 2 Tropical Kingbirds visible near 2nd St when we quit around 3:30. The tally was 80+ species for the day.

> Randy Hill

> Ridgefield

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