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
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