[Tweeters] Hermit Warbler - University of Puget Sound campus

Robert O'Brien baro at pdx.edu
Fri Jan 25 22:04:05 PST 2019


Sorry the link to the map doesn't transfer correctly, but the sighting
citation is included

On Fri, Jan 25, 2019 at 9:39 PM Robert O'Brien <baro at pdx.edu> wrote:


> I don't think I have ever heard of a winter record of Hermit Warbler in

> Oregon, but eBird does show a few.

> However, as to Washington, there is but one eBird citation, carefully

> documented below, so this is quite an observation.

> (of course, eBird does not contain all records, as undoutedly some records

> have not been submitted to eBird.)

> https://ebird.org/map/herwar?

>

>

> neg=true&env.minX=-126.584181246875&env.minY=42.83937580690426&env.maxX=-114.609083590625&env.maxY=48.417949746647295&zh=true&gp=true&ev=Z&mr=on&bmo=12&emo=2&yr=all&byr=1900&eyr=2019

>

> Bob OBrien Portland

> 1

> Hermit Warbler <https://ebird.org/species/herwar> *(from eBird winter

> records*)

>

> This is the record cited on page 250 of NAB Vol. 57 No. 2 and page 314 of

> Wahl, T. R., Tweit, B., & Mlodinow, S. G. (Eds.). (2005). Birds of

> Washington. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press. --1st ed.

>

> <https://download.ams.birds.cornell.edu/api/v1/asset/120488781/large?__hstc=60209138.e6ee7169a99a9a2bca0fbfd4546a9b3e.1493998370160.1547258946787.1548480021690.74&__hssc=60209138.3.1548480021690&__hsfp=1279544989>

> ML120488781 Macaulay Library

> <https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/120488781?__hstc=60209138.e6ee7169a99a9a2bca0fbfd4546a9b3e.1493998370160.1547258946787.1548480021690.74&__hssc=60209138.3.1548480021690&__hsfp=1279544989>

>

> © Carl Haynie

>

> From notes taken in the field

>

> On Fri, Jan 25, 2019 at 8:18 PM William Brooks <willbrooks.0 at gmail.com>

> wrote:

>

>> Hey All,

>>

>> This afternoon afternoon on the weekly UPS campus bird walk (every Friday

>> at 2 pm, meeting at the Slater Museum of natural history), we had a HERMIT

>> WARBLER in a mixed flock in the presidents woods. The presidents woods is

>> the mixed coniferous grove north of Thompson hall on the northwest corner

>> of campus. The bird was on the west edge of the grove along Union ave.

>>

>> Good Birding,

>> Will Brooks

>> Tacoma, WA

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