Date: 2/27/17 7:29 am From: janine robin <janinerobin1982...> Subject: Re: [LABIRD-L] Plaquemines parish Bell's vireo..Still there.
No,Bill, it's not just you! I may have seen the bird yesterday for a split second, but not enough to ID it for a life bird. There was a RCKI & a OCWA flitting about, but they stayed up long enough for me to ID them. They were in close proximity to the BEVI's call.
On Feb 27, 2017 8:58 AM, "bill fontenot" <natrldlite...> wrote:
> BeVi in LA (winter) tend to be slippery rascals....similar to winter > Bewick's Wren here.....they pop up then dive down just as quickly and it > may be a long while before you see them again (or is it just me?).,.,, > > on two different septembers i witnessed BeVi migrating south through their > "expected" routes in Texas and on both occasions they were not skittish and > quite vocal.... > > just thought of another notably skittish winter lingerer: Yellow-breasted > Chat. > > Bill Fontenot > > Sent from my iPhone > > > On Feb 26, 2017, at 10:26 PM, janine robin <janinerobin1982...> > wrote: > > > > Hi, > > Paul and I drove down to Plaquemines parish this morning. We went > directly > > to the woodlot( great directions from Cathy DiSalvo) where the BEVI was > > discovered on 2/18 by Meunier, Muth and Remsen. > > Spent about an hour there with no luck and went on to Ft Jackson for > about > > an hour. Upon arriving back at the BEVI woodlot, I heard the bird give > it's > > fussy call several times from close by, but I did not see it. > > This is the second BEVI I have chased and lost. Maybe the 3rd time will > be > > the one. > > Janine Robin > > Folsom LA > >