Date: 3/10/18 7:08 pm From: Carole Hallett <carole.hallett...> Subject: [obol] Re: Linn County Say's Phoebe
I had a Say's Phoebe on the perimeter fence at PDX on Thursday 3/8. I had
time to get one very terrible photo with my phone and then it was gone.
On Mar 10, 2018 9:46 AM, "Alan Contreras" <acontrer56...> wrote:
> There is usually a small incursion of Say’s into the northwest valleys in
> March, though not so much on the outer coast. I think this year is a bit
> high or the movement so far has been very concentrated in time or there are
> more observers out in March.
> Alan Contreras
> Eugene, Oregon
> On Mar 10, 2018, at 6:54 AM, Karl Schneck <keschneckdds...> wrote:
> Seems like more sightings of Say's Phoebe recently than usual based on the
> reports submitted here. I find them at my house near Ashland several times
> a year. My location is at the fringe of the distribution shown by BNA. A
> bird invasion? Well, not like this one in Houston: https://www.youtube.
> Any ideas? Is this basically a good year for them? Anyway, I got a nice
> picture of the one at my house yesterday: https://www.
> Karl Schneck
> "As age comes on, one source of enjoyment after another is closed, but
> nature's sources never fail." John Muir
> On Sat, Mar 10, 2018 at 12:16 AM, Linda Fink <linda...> wrote:
>> Today (Friday, March 9) while on our North Santiam raptor route, we found
>> a Say's Phoebe flycatching from the fence behind the Fairview Cemetery
>> between Mill City and Gates on the Linn County side of the river on
>> Kingwood Ave. It was quite unafraid of me: I was looking for raptors across
>> the field on the other side of the fence from the cemetery when I heard it
>> churring (what it sounds like to me) and then noticed this flycatcher
>> flying out and back right in front of me.
>> Linda Fink
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