Date: 4/5/17 11:02 am From: Paul Sullivan <paultsullivan...> Subject: [obol] Re: Nashville Warbler breeding status in Coast Range
If you look at the Oregon Breeding Bird Atlas for the map of Nashville Warbler breeding distribution you will see that this species is regular in the southern half of western Orgon, but missing on the west side as you go north. The species range continues NE from Eugene into the Cascades and eastern Oregon all the way to the Columbia.
There is one hexagon with a POSSIBLE breeding record on the Lincoln/Benton county line. There is one hexagon with a POSSIBLE breeding record in Polk county. There is one hexagon with a POSSIBLE breeding record in the NE corner of Yamhill county. There is one hexagon with a PROBABLE breeding record at the corner of Yamhill/Tillamook/Washington county. There are no hexagons with POSSIBLE breeding records in Clatsop, Columbia or Multnomah counties.
While folks in Eugene can see this species regularly each spring, I have had years when I missed it entirely in Yamhill county. On the other hand I've found them thick on the east side of Hood River county.
-------------------------- Subject: Re: Nashville Warbler breeding status in Coast Range Date: Tue Apr 4 2017 20:31 pm From: greenfant AT hotmail.com
I know of no Coast Rangerecord with the last 10 yearsother than Jeff Hayes sighting near Hayward April 29, 2012 in Washington Co. I presume that bird was a migrant. I don't believeNashville Warbler is breeding in Washington Co.