Date: 6/13/18 11:15 am From: Carl Lundblad <carl.lundblad...> [ible] <ible-noreply...> Subject: Re: [IBLE] Fw: [inland-NW-birders] potential Idaho state first Alder Flycatcher (Boundary Co. eBird report)
The Idaho Bird Records Committee has/is reviewed/ing 3 records of Alder
Flycatcher. 2 from Jefferson County (Camas NWR and Market Lake WMA), by
careful observers, but not ultimately deemed acceptable for a first state
record. Robert Bond reported one from Coolin (Bonner County), last June,
and that record appears to still be under review. I know there have been
other reports of Alder Flycatchers, over the years (and it's a species we
should expect in Idaho), but I don't remember the Kootenai Co. report from
2000 (nor does it appear in the IBRC database).
On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 11:08 AM, Jane Westervelt <jwestervelt...>
[ible] <ible-noreply...> wrote:
> Wasn't an Alder Flycatcher reported from Kootenai County, around 2000 give
> or take a couple years, along the Chain Lakes route? I don't remember the
> exact location, might be able to with a map, but it was near the north end
> of the route.
> Moscow, ID
> *From:* <inland-nw-birders-bounces...> <inland-nw-birders-bounces@
> uidaho.edu> on behalf of Charles Swift <chaetura...>
> *Sent:* Wednesday, June 13, 2018 9:02 AM
> *To:* inland birders; IBLE
> *Subject:* [inland-NW-birders] potential Idaho state first Alder
> Flycatcher (Boundary Co. eBird report)
> Hi All,
> A potential state first Alder Flycatcher was reported from Boundary
> County, more information and video/audio forthcoming, approx. location with
> some details on eBird here: https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S46514564.
> There is also a recent report of Black and White Warbler from Boundary
> County although I'm unsure if it's still present or chaseable (but some
> information on that is ob eBird). This seems to be a good time to search
> for vagrants in the far northern part of the state (other possibilities
> include Ovenbird, Tennessee Warbler, etc.).
> thanks, Charles.
> Charles Swift
> Moscow, Idaho