Date: 3/11/17 7:01 pm From: Jim Danzenbaker <jdanzenbaker...> Subject: [Tweeters] Re: Battle Ground, Clark County birding
A few more arrivals in/from my Battle Ground, Clark County yard:
Tundra Swan - 7 flying west and fairly high (not really an arrival since they were passing through) Rufous Hummingbird - 1 (male - watch out Anna's!) Evening Grosbeak - 2 flyovers
Keeping my eyes and ears skyward.
On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 12:05 PM, Jim Danzenbaker <jdanzenbaker...> wrote:
> All, > > It was quite surprising to see sunshine this morning so I took advantage > of it and sat on my Battle Ground, Clark County back deck for a while. > Bird highlights were many and included: > > Snow Goose - a single large flock of 400 flew high overhead at 8:15 going > wsw to ene. I'm assuming that these were birds coming from Sauvie Island. > My only other Spring sighting was a flock of 300 flying high and east on > March 6, 2016. (FOY) > > Turkey Vulture - 1 (FOY) > Cooper's Hawk - 2 (including one in slow flap flight) (FOY) > > California Gull - 19 (FOY) - all heading southeast. I am assuming that > they are cutting off a corner of the Columbia by flying from he Columbia in > the northwest part of Clark County and hooking up with the river again > somewhere near Steigerwald in the Camas/Washougal area. > "Olympic" style Gull - 45 > Glaucous-winged Gull - 5 > > Violet-green Swallow - 4 (FOY) > > Lesser Goldfinch - 1 (FOY) > Yellow-rumped Warbler 1 (FOY for me for Washington!!!) > Pine Siskin - 4 > > Keeping my eyes and ears skyward! > > Cheers. > > Jim > -- > Jim Danzenbaker > Battle Ground, WA > 360-702-9395 <(360)%20702-9395> > <jdanzenbaker...> >
-- Jim Danzenbaker Battle Ground, WA 360-702-9395 <jdanzenbaker...>