Date: 11/21/19 8:30 pm
From: <t4c1x...>
Subject: [obol] Re: suddenly Siskinless, Lincoln County
Siskin thread is interesting. Thornton Creek is only about ten miles inland from Newport. I have seen siskins here precisely twice this year: one bird a couple months ago, and a small flock about two weeks ago. Otherwise, none at all.
Darrel


From: "Tim Rodenkirk" <timrodenkirk...>
To: <acontrer56...>
Cc: "Phil Pickering" <philliplc...>, <obol...>
Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2019 4:34:54 PM
Subject: [obol] Re: suddenly Siskinless, Lincoln County

Red Crossbills thick at Floras Lake today in the Sitka spruce. A few siskins too but nothing like a month ago.

Tim Rodenkirk
back in Coos Bay

On Thu, Nov 21, 2019 at 12:53 PM Alan Contreras < [ mailto:<acontrer56...> | <acontrer56...> ] > wrote:



Same situation in coastal Lane Co. What’s odd is that there is a really good cone crop. Nobody seems to be using it and hard to believe it is all cleaned out already.


Alan Contreras
[ mailto:<acontrer56...> | <acontrer56...> ]
Eugene, Oregon

[ http://www.alanlcontreras.com/ | www.alanlcontreras.com ]

Attending Christmas Bird Counts with good weather forecasts.




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On Nov 21, 2019, at 12:49 PM, Phil Pickering < [ mailto:<philliplc...> | <philliplc...> ] > wrote:

After an influx into Lincoln County starting
slowly in late July and building to large numbers
present in October, Siskins have now rapidly
and apparently virtually completely cleared out
of this area. The last ebird report for the county
was Nov. 3.

Small numbers of crossbills are still around
although tougher to find than a few weeks ago.

Phil




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