There are no June records for Central Oregon that I know of. There are only 3 records of Harris's Sparrow in Central Oregon from the month of May. At least two of the May records are dubious.
On 6/6/2019 1:15 PM, Tim Rodenkirk wrote: > On eBird found a report of Harris’s Sparrow at Cape Arago on Tuesday > by MaryAnne Clayton with a photo- amazing! There are no other spring > migrant records for the county and most overwintering birds disappear > in March. I checked the Handbook of Oregon Birds by the illustrious > Herlyn and Contreras and the account mentions several records to late > May but no June records? Anyone know if there has been any other June > records? > > I have never met the observer- what a cool find! > > Was out birding this AM but nothing out of ordinary, one RN Phalarope > at N Spit. A bazillion OC Warblers singing out near Cape Blanco but no > RB Grosbeak. > > Tim R > Coos Bay
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