Date: 6/10/19 7:41 pm
From: David Bailey <davidcbaileyoregon...>
Subject: [obol] Re: Coos ‘N Curry 6/10/19
One should not underestimate the birding talent of James T. Johnson even if
he has diverted his attention to moths and odonates for the last few
years...

:)

David in Seaside

On Mon, Jun 10, 2019, 17:51 Tim Rodenkirk <timrodenkirk...> wrote:

> At Bandon Marsh early there were at least 8 Whimbrel this AM.
>
> At Floras Lake at 0640 there were four low flying BLACK SWIFTS over the
> parking lot. I checked the Coos record and we have had several records up
> through the end of June. The mega-flights are earlier though in the latter
> portion of May and June records tend to be single digit.
>
> Jim Johnson’s catbird is the 3rd Curry record and the first spring one-
> nice find Jim!! Perhaps it will stay for a while? Coos has had three spring
> records, one for as long as nine days and of course there is the breeding
> record from Lincoln County! I think the first coastal record was in Coos
> back in 2005, so the catbird coastal connection is still a rather new
> phenomenon- very cool!!!
>
> Oh, 91F on the east side of Humbug Mtn on Hwy 101 around 2:30 this
> afternoon when I was headed north unaware I had driven by a singing catbird
> likely twice in one day!
>
> Tim R
> Coos Bay
>

 
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