As per Tom Crabtree's comment, I've seen Hermit Warbler just once in Crook County. I would be interested in hearing from Joel and Paul if they have heard/seen Hermit Warbler in the Ochocos.
On 4/20/2017 11:09 AM, Tom Crabtree wrote: > > The Ebird species map is pretty sparse east of Hwy 97, It looks like > Harney, Grant (one record), Lake and Crook are the only ones with > records, but all counties west of 97 seem to have them. I would guess > all counties on the East slope of the Cascades have breeders and none > farther East with the possible exception of Crook. Chuck Gates would > be the expert there. > > Tom Crabtree, Bend > > *From:*<obol-bounce...> [mailto:<obol-bounce...>] > *On Behalf Of *<5hats...> > *Sent:* Thursday, April 20, 2017 6:15 AM > *To:* OBOL > *Subject:* [obol] hermit warbler questions > > In just how many counties east of the Cascades is Hermit Warbler a > breeding species? In just how many of them has it even been recorded? > > Darrel >
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