[Tweeters] Fox Sparrow posting in eBird NW

Bill Tweit bill.tweit at gmail.com
Wed Sep 21 22:24:30 PDT 2016


The latest eBird NW posting is an in-depth treatment of the four Fox
Sparrow populations that are found in the Pacific Northwest, and also some
discussion of sources of confusion with other species. You can find it at:

http://ebird.org/content/nw/news/fox-sparrows-one-of-the-
northwests-more-confusing-species/

Let us know your thoughts on eBird NW, and what information you would find
useful. And remember, it is now easier to find those older postings about
identification and birding locations using the "References for eBirders"
link on the eBird NW home page. Enjoy fall birding, and pay extra
attention to Fox Sparrows!

Bill Tweit
bill.tweit at gmail.com
Olympia, WA
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