Looking on eBird I see that Trevor Hook found two EASTERN KINGBIRDS in Gold Beach on 1 June, always a good bird on the south coast- two is exceptional!
The nesting WHITE-BREASTED NUTHATCHES in the extreme SE end of Curry observed by Romain Cooper and Christie Dunn on 7 June I think are a first breeding record. I have never seen this species in the county- if one wants to it is it sounds like the way to go is to try from the Illinois valley side. Russ Namitz had one up near Babyfoot Lake last year which is also on the east end of the Kalmiopsis Wilderness.
The TENNESSEE WARBLER appears to have been a one day wonder on the 9th on N Spit Coos Bay.
Joni Dawning spotted a male ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK at Agate Beach in Port Orford today (the 11th).