Date: 10/26/18 9:40 am
From: Bob Archer <rabican1...>
Subject: [obol] Re: Hawk Owl on Sauvie Island

First documented record was in Union County in 1983. The Sauvie bird was
back in 1973 by a young lad we all know. The famous Bend owl was the one
that hung around, back in 2005.

Bob Archer

On Fri, Oct 26, 2018 at 9:32 AM Lars Norgren <larspernorgren...>

> There was a Hawkowl on Sauvie Island years ago, l believe it predates the
> Central Oregon bird. The Sauvie bird hung around quite awhile, but I think
> it appeared in winter rather than mid autumn.
> On Fri, Oct 26, 2018, 9:26 AM Courtney Kelly Jett <ckjannabirds...>
> wrote:
>> Please if anyone refinds this Hawk Owl, please report on OBOL, incl
>> location and time.
>> This is a “sensitive species” on ebird, which means no one can see anyone
>> else’s checklists who reports it, and it won’t show up on any Rare or Needs
>> Alerts. So if you just ebird your bird, no one will see it.
>> I can’t see details, only a fuzzy purple box, but poss there has only
>> ever been one previous state record? (recorded on ebird), in Central Oregon
>> area over winter months.
>> So thank you for helping others have a chance to see this one, by posting
>> on OBOL.
>> I will try for it if rereported, and look forward to seeing it with good
>> company,
>> I have enjoyed meeting many new (to me) Oregon birders the past couple
>> months, chasing rarities, beginning new friendships :-)
>> Thanks!
>> Courtney
>> Courtney Kelly Jett, Bend, Oregon
>> Sent from a phone that is all brevity, no wit
>> Sent from a phone low on wits, high on bits
>> On Oct 25, 2018, at 6:53 PM, Harry Nehls <hnehls6...> wrote:
>> Obolers,
>> John Crowell just called. He was on Sauvie Island today and observed a
>> Hawk Owl along Reeder Road around the east side viewing platform. It flew
>> around a bit but remained near the roadway.
>> Good luck
>> Harry Nehls
>> Portland, Oregon

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