Date: 6/5/18 5:16 pm
From: Sally Hill <1sallyhill.9...>
Subject: [obol] Re: RFI: Native North American Breeding Range Expansion into Oregon
Barred Owl.

Sally Hill


> On Jun 5, 2018, at 5:08 PM, Alan Contreras <acontrer56...> wrote:
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> I’m not sure the dove would be considered native.
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> If you are talking about species that were essentially new to the state in, say, the 20th C, that’s different than expansion of something that was already established in the state. The latter category would include some other things likje Bewick’s Wren, Bushtit and Lesser Goldfinch.
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> Alan Contreras
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> Eugene, Oregon
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>> On Jun 5, 2018, at 4:59 PM, Charles Gates <cgates326...> wrote:
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>> California Scrub-jay and Eurasian Collared-dove would certainly far surpass the expansion of Black Phoebe.
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>>> On 6/5/2018 4:46 PM, James Billstine wrote:
>>> Quick Question:
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>>> Would you say that Black Phoebes as a native North American species have had the fastest breeding range expansion into Oregon? The only other one I can think of is Barred Owl. Any more off the top of your head?
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>>> James Billstine
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