Date: 8/14/19 8:23 pm From: larspernorgren <larspernorgren...> Subject: [obol] Re: what Tim R said
Someone reported TOWA from Mt Tabor a few days ago. So l imagine a real movement is involved. Living on the eastern edge of the north Coast Range l've seen one Townsend Warbler in 27 years. That was mid-autumn. I believe the Upper Nestucca CBC had recorded TOWA once. If the Cascade subspecies of lodgepole pine grows within 6 miles of the Oregon Coast in Curry County l expect Townsend's Warbler might perform similar feats of geographic prowess. Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone -------- Original message --------From: Roy Gerig <roygerig...> Date: 8/14/19 7:07 PM (GMT-08:00) To: OBOL <obol...> Subject: [obol] Re: what Tim R said 1980s into 2000s I worked often in the coast range, north of about hwy 20 into Tillamook Co. Townsend's Warblers were unheard of there, unless very rarely in migration. I had oddly similar jobs to yours, Tim, just looking for what's around and report to the office every week. Possibly some TOWAs nest in the Siskyoos to the coast?