Date: 12/23/17 3:01 pm From: John Leszczynski <jrleszczynski...> Subject: Re: FW: [Tweeters] Montlake Cut Common Redpolls (King County)
Found the flock of redpolls on the north side of the Montlake Cut this morning ~10am, in a birch tree right about here: https://goo.gl/maps/VTRfHroQL9t. They flew across from the south side when I first saw them, and after feeding for a while, flew back to the area that Chris originally described. I got a photo of the flock in the air and counted over 120!
On Fri, Dec 22, 2017 at 5:21 PM Eric Kowalczyk <cassidix2005...> wrote:
> This afternoon around 1400hrs., the flock was back in the birch trees on > the north side of the Montlake Cut. So......look for them in either > location. Great to see so many! > > > > Eric Kowalczyk > > Seatle > > > > *From:* <tweeters-bounces...> [mailto: > <tweeters-bounces...>] *On Behalf Of *Chris Rurik > *Sent:* Friday, December 22, 2017 3:51 PM > *To:* <tweeters...> > *Subject:* [Tweeters] Montlake Cut Common Redpolls (King County) > > > > Stopped by to look for the flock of 90 Common Redpolls that has been > reported on UW campus along the Montlake Cut. After a bit of searching I > found them on the south side of the cut in two birches right near the west > end of Shelby Street. Great looks. I estimated about 60 in view. Not sure > if the others were hidden or if the flock has split. > > > > Also nice to see was a Peregrine Falcon heading north over the UW > buildings. > > > > Good birding, > > Chris Rurik > > Seattle / Anchorage > > > > -- > > *Chris Rurik* > > Writer / Naturalist / Historian > > Co-founder of GARO <http://www.garostation.com> > > (253) 225-7104 > > <chrisrurik...> > _______________________________________________ > Tweeters mailing list > <Tweeters...> > http://mailman1.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/tweeters >