Date: 1/2/18 10:34 am
From: Lars Per Norgren <larspernorgren...>
Subject: [obol] Re: Horned Larks in the Willamette Valley
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This summary leaves out Benton, Polk, and Yamhill Counties. Traditionally
Polk has had the highest numbers in breeding season. I detected them in
Washington County in July about 1996. lpn
On Jan 1, 2018, at 10:10 PM, Robert O'Brien wrote:

> Recent posts got me thinking about Horned Larks in Oregon, especially in winter.
>
> I had a flock of about 100 in an adjacent farm field in January, about 15 years ago,
>
> the only time I've seen them here (I'm in Clackamas Co.). But my new year's resolution is
>
> to check more frequently in 2018 for local winter birds. I checked this field today.
>
> No Larks.
>
> Here are the year-round stats from eBird. ( It doesn't separate the high counts
>
> by season). High counts not in winter are likely migrants. Who knows the
>
> subspecies of any of these high counts, as northern races likely winter
>
> or pass through Oregon
>
>
> High Counts of Horned Larks, Willamette Valley (Compiled from eBird, Bob OBrien 1/1/18)
>
>
> Clark
>
> 27
>
> Andrea Johnson
>
> 1/23/2017
>
>
> Multnomah
>
> 0
>
> ----
>
>
>
> Huh? Maybe there are CBC records not in eBird?
>
> Clackamas
>
> 10
>
> Aaron Beerman
>
> 7/19/2017
>
> (Me ~100 ~Jan00)
>
> Marion
>
> 30
>
> Kathleen Moon
>
> 2/23/2012
>
>
> Linn
>
> 320
>
> Randy Moore
>
> 11/26/2015
>
>
> Lane
>
> 43
>
> Tom Mickel
>
> 1/25/2004
>
>
> Douglas
>
> 1
>
> Jimmy Bilstone
>
> 2/6/2015
>
>
> Jackson
>
> 41
>
> Russ Namitz
>
> 1/30/2016
>
>
>


 
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