There is a yellowthroat adjacent to Hwy 42 at the large winter lake turnoff
(has a big sign for the China Camp Creek project). This is just before
getting into Coquille. If you park and walk down to railroad tracks and
follow tracks south for five minutes it was in brushy kack habitat just
past several alders. Lotsa good habitat along tracks but very noisy with
In AM saw a SAY’S PHOEBE at the Bethel Mtn. Quarry in the SW end of Coos.
Wintering Say’s are still pretty rare in Coos, they are more common in
No luck finding magpie or RB Grosbeak in Langlois this AM. Lotsa bluebirds
and a few Palm Warblers...