Date: 4/14/18 2:47 pm
From: jake schas <yellowlegs...>
Subject: [COBOL] Camp Polk Meadow 4-14-18
Greetings, Visited Camp Polk Meadow this morning. Did not find Dippers, eagles or buzzards. Nor did the Kingfisher come through, I did see these on a quicker stroll through the lower part of the property yesterday. The Varied Thrushes and lincoln's Sparrow were nice see.


later jake


Visited areas of Camp Polk not open to the general public.



31 species



Varied Thrush 5 surprised to find these birds-lots of singing

Yellow-rumped Warbler 25 at least 25, they were up in the tops of the ponderosa pines-

Virginia Rail 1 heard at the Hindman Springs

Wilson's Snipe 1 heard at the Hindman Springs

Mourning Dove 1

Mountain Chickadee 2

Red-breasted Nuthatch 9

White-breasted Nuthatch 1

Pygmy Nuthatch 12

Brown Creeper 1

Golden-crowned Kinglet 9

Ruby-crowned Kinglet 5

Mallard 2

California Quail 29

Red-tailed Hawk 5

Hairy Woodpecker 2

White-headed Woodpecker 3

Northern Flicker 12 many all over the area-calling-singing-sounding off

Steller's Jay 4

California Scrub-Jay 2

Black-billed Magpie 1

Common Raven 2 fly over

Tree Swallow 30

Western Bluebird 2

Townsend's Solitaire 3

American Robin 5

Song Sparrow 5

Lincoln's Sparrow 1

Red-winged Blackbird 35

House Finch 1

European Starling 6


other critters:

Garter Snakes 4

Western Fence Lizard 2

Beldings Ground Squirrels many

Rock Chucks 3

Douglas Squirrel 1

Western Gray 2

Least Chipmunk/Golden Mantel Ground Squirrels 2-they were too quick to ID

Butterflies-at least 6 species

Mayflies, Black Stoneflies and many other insects and bugs.

Bill Mitchel 1 rare sighting


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