Date: 1/12/18 7:51 pm From: STEVE <SJJag...> Subject: [obol] Re: Return of the Eurasian Collared Dove?
Ditto Jeff's comments. I have wondered about this shift in feeder birds for awhile. I wonder what's up? Sounds wide spread around greater Pdx. at least.
Steve Jaggers Milwaukie/Gladstone
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From: <jeffgilligan10...> To: <pat.truhn...> Cc: <roy.loweiii...>, <obol...>, <LCBNO...> Sent: 2018-01-12 5:52:56 PM Subject: [obol] Re: Return of the Eurasian Collared Dove?
House Finches ar far down in Laurelhurst, Portland. Their numbers and those of House Sparrows seemed to decline at the same time that Lesser Goldfinches increased from none, to being the most common species in the neighborhood.
> On Jan 12, 2018, at 6:09 PM, Pat Truhn <pat.truhn...> (mailto:<pat.truhn...>)> wrote: > The Cooper's Hawk at our place loves Eurasian Collared Doves, but they seem to multiply faster than he can keep up with. > > > On Fri, Jan 12, 2018 at 1:02 PM, Roy Lowe <roy.loweiii...> (mailto:<roy.loweiii...>)> wrote: > > I noted that Dawn Harris just reported a Yaquina Bay CBC record 148 Eurasian Collared Doves. This species has been absent at my house near Eckman Lake in Waldport for more than two years but about 10 days ago 1 appeared at our feeder. This morning the number has increased to 8 and there's lots of courtship going on. > > > > I hope the sharp-shinned hawk that pinned a chickadee against our bay window recently is still around and take notice of the doves. > > > > Roy