Date: 9/30/19 10:48 pm
From: Robert O'Brien <baro...>
Subject: [obol] Re: Tillamook birds
Mystery solved. (Well, duh).
I had inadvertently clicked the fine print at the top right of the
eBird screen and changed the language to Norsk (Norweigan).

On 9/30/19, Robert O'Brien <baro...> wrote:
> Whoa????. eBird gone awry? American (only?) birds in English as is the
> text. But most birds in Finnish(?).
> Is that your native tongue, Russ?.
> First Entries below Bob OBrien Carver OR
>
> CHECKLIST S60216507
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> Datesu 29 syyskuuta 201911:45
> LocationBayocean Spit--ocean (west) side
> <https://ebird.org/hotspot/L686417>
> <https://www.google.com/maps/search/?api=1&query=45.5231871,-123.954277>
> Region
>
> - Tillamook County <https://ebird.org/region/US-OR-057>
> - Oregon <https://ebird.org/region/US-OR>
> - United States <https://ebird.org/region/US>
>
> OwnerRuss Namitz
> TravelingComplete
>
> - 1
> - 1 hr, 33 min
> - 2 mi
>
> Comments
>
> One way to S Jetty
>
> Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.9.16
> Totals
> 30
> Species observed
> <https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S60216507#>
> Observations
>
> 1. lapasorsa <https://ebird.org/species/norsho>
> Number observed:15
> 2. pilkkaniska <https://ebird.org/species/sursco>
> Number observed:275
> 3. kyhmypilkkasiipi (deglandi) <https://ebird.org/species/whwsco2>
> Number observed:15
> 4. pitkäkaulauikku <https://ebird.org/species/wesgre>
> Number observed:4
> 5. tundrakurmitsa <https://ebird.org/species/bkbplo>
> Number observed:28
> 6. amerikankurmitsa <https://ebird.org/species/amgplo>
> Number observed:1
>
> Comments:Less golden than nearby PAGP. More gray, but still smaller than
> nearby BBPL. Long wing & primary projection with 4 primaries counted.
> Photo.
> 7. siperiankurmitsa <https://ebird.org/species/pagplo>
> Number observed:1
> 8. Snowy Plover <https://ebird.org/species/snoplo5>
> Number observed:1
> 9. kanadantylli <https://ebird.org/species/semplo>
> Number observed:1
> 10. ruostekuiri <https://ebird.org/species/margod>
> Number observed:1
> 11. pulmussirri <https://ebird.org/species/sander>
> Number observed:6
> 12. suosirri <https://ebird.org/species/dunlin>
> Number observed:5
> 13. tundrasirri <https://ebird.org/species/wessan>
> Number observed:30
> 14. rämekurppelo <https://ebird.org/species/shbdow>
> Number observed:1
>
> Comments:Juvenile. Appeared hurt...limping
>
>
> On Mon, Sep 30, 2019 at 9:41 AM Russ Namitz <namitzr...> wrote:
>
>> After Sunday’s pelagic got cancelled due to bad weather, many of us went
>> land birding. I walked the Bayocean Spit and walked up the beach 3 miles
>> to
>> the South Jetty. Near the end, I hit a Shorebird jackpot (for an Oregon
>> beach) and tallied an unbanded SNOWY PLOVER, an AMERICAN & PACIFIC
>> GOLDEN-PLOVER and a MARBLED GODWIT among others. I kicked up a LAPLAND
>> LONGSPUR in the dunes near the Jetty.
>> https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S60216507
>>
>> I called Jimmy Billstine who is doing a Tillamook County Big Year and we,
>> along with Bill Tice & Judy from Tennessee, converged on the beach. The
>> flock had flown north a couple miles and was joined by more birds, adding
>> numbers but not diversity. In the end, there were 2 AMERICAN & 2 PACIFIC
>> GOLDEN-PLOVERS, a good side by side study.
>> https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S60220310
>>
>> Good birding,
>> Russ Namitz
>> Roseburg
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>
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