Date: 5/23/18 11:05 pm
From: Hans-Joachim Feddern <thefedderns...>
Subject: [Tweeters] Wenas Road Lewis's Woodpecker
I birded Umtanum - and Wenas Roads on Monday 4/21 and found a single
Lewis's Woodpecker. Thought some of you heading to the Audubon Campout may
want to look for it. It is frequenting some dead tree tops west of
Ellensburg Pass were a road runs off to the north. It is normally closed
of, but was open now with two yellow posts about a 100 yards in. Turn
around and look for the dead tree tops. Also at this location were two
flycatchers that looked like possible Gray Flycatchers. They flew in from
the slope on the right side of the road into lower branches of pines on the
left side and before the yellow post. I just did not get good enough looks
at them, since they were being chased by a Chipping Sparrow.

Good Birding!

--
*Hans Feddern*
Twin Lakes/Federal Way, WA
<thefedderns...>

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