Date: 12/23/18 8:27 pm From: HARVEY W SCHUBOTHE <ninerharv2...> Subject: [obol] Re: What a difference a day makes
Oh, for crying out loud. It is all about where you live, the weather on and on. We have two south coast CBCs and I don't expect you will find Marsh Wrens missing or even low in number. Certainly not in my daily dog walks.
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Subject: [obol] Re: What a difference a day makes
I thought that I saw a marsh wren on Sauvie Island, just before the blocked off road, a year ago.
Thanks for bringing up the question of "where have all the marsh wrens gone", Mike. I have not seen or heard a marsh wren in a couple of years. They were pretty common at Smith and Bybee lakes in Portland and really miss them. I think they are my favorite wren for their beauty and for their mechanical songs and calls.
Would like to hear from other birders where they might be found.
On Dec 23, 2018 6:34 PM, "Mike Patterson" <celata...><mailto:<celata...>> wrote:
While many of you were out doing the hard work of stalking Inconguent
Egrets, I was trying to answer the question: Where have all the Marsh