Date: 10/11/17 2:58 pm
From: <jmeredit...>
Subject: [COBOL] ECAS Wednesday Birders did Dry River Canyon, east of Bend
We went east and had a nice morning with birds active in the sunshine.
There were flocks moving low in the rabbitbrush in several places,
mostly Yellow-rumps, sparrows and bluebirds. The area where Hooker Creek
has an operation was birdy as usual, presumably due to the water that
spills near where trucks leave the site. Around time to head back it
became cold, cloudy and windy and the bird activity stopped. Although
they were requested for the morning and an instigator promoted them,
Pinyon Jays weren't found until we got back to Bend when one carload
pulled over and watched them in a large Ponderosa pine near 9th and
Greenwood. Next week, Alfalfa, Houston Lake, Prineville area.

This report was mailed for Judy Meredith by
Red-tailed Hawk, around east side of Bend
American Kestrel, 1, east side of Bend
Rock Dove
Eurasian Collared-Dove, one on the BLM sign at MP 18
Western Scrub-Jay
Pinyon Jay, flock of more than 20, 9th and Greenwood
Clark's Nutcracker, about 10 around the Canyon
Black-billed Magpie
Common Raven
Mountain Chickadee, nice flock at trailhead
Rock Wren
Golden-crowned Kinglet, one for sure, flashing crown
Ruby-crowned Kinglet, several, one flashing red crown
Western Bluebird, flock in brush near gravel piles
Mountain Bluebirds, near Hooker Creek rock crushing site
Townsend's Solitaire, singing in many places
American Robin
Cedar Waxwing, small flock in town near Pinyon Jays
Yellow-rumped Warbler, 40 or more all told, flocks
Savannah Sparrow
White-crowned Sparrow
Golden-crowned Sparrow
Dark-eyed Junco
Brewer's Blackbird, a single male in the canyon
Total number of species seen: 24

Birders today: Bernie and Louise Martell, Mark Newberger, Steve Dyer,
Clay Crofton, Scott Ahlf, Evan Thomas, Sue Bertsch, and Judy Meredith.
Good birding, Judy, <jmeredit...>

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