[Tweeters] Black Phoebe still present in Kent (King Co) [3/20/17]

Paul Baerny pbaerny at gmail.com
Mon Mar 20 19:20:14 PDT 2017


I had no luck this morning with the Black Phoebe. But saw the Say's Phoebe
along the fence line off the South East corner of the Iron Mountain Bldg,
accessed from the Three Friends parking lot.


On Mar 20, 2017 5:08 PM, "Matt Bartels" <mattxyz at earthlink.net> wrote:

Hi all -
I followed up on Sam Terry’s message from yesterday and found the Black
Phoebe present right where he described it today at ~3:30pm.

Directions:
Take 200th east until just after the bridge over he Green River - turn
south[right] immediately after the bridge to the parking lot [signage helps
here] for Three Friends Fishing Hole. Walk the bike trail north, under
200th and around a bend to the east. The Black Phoebe was across the river
on a sort-of island/snag in the river, flycatching and calling regularly.

No luck on the Boeing Ponds Say’s Phoebe —

Matt Bartels
Seattle, WA

Begin forwarded message:

*From: *Sam G Terry <sgt3 at uw.edu>
*Subject: **[Tweeters] South King County 3/19/17*
*Date: *March 19, 2017 at 11:35:37 PM PDT
*To: *tweeters at u.washington.edu

Hi tweeters,

….
Black Phoebe - 1 in the same area one hung out last summer - north of the
200th St bridge past the first bend flycatching from a snag on the west
side of the river - accessed from Three Friend Fishing Hole Park - thanks
to a tip from a birder named Mark!

Say's Phoebe - 1 at Boeing Pond - on the far fence line across the field
that is north of 59th Pl S. Also saw the one at the Cedar River Mouth on
the way back. Solid afternoon for phoebes!


Good birding,

Sam Terry
Seattle





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