Date: 6/3/20 12:28 am From: <cgates326...> Subject: [obol] Re: Odell WHITE-WINGED DOVE
Speaking of White-winged Doves, Lars posed the question, “How many coastal counties have one or more verified detections?” The answer, if my numbers and eBird are right, is all but Douglas County. Almost half (17) of Oregon’s 36 counties have verified White-winged Dove sightings. If you want to make Oregon county bird history, find a White-winged Dove in Baker, Benton, Clackamas, Crook, Douglas, Gilliam, Grant, Jefferson, Josephine, Klamath, Linn, Marion, Morrow, Polk, Sherman, Wallowa, Washington, Wheeler or Yamhill counties.
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Subject: [obol] Re: Odell WHITE-WINGED DOVE
Well, a highly pleasant find. I expect every county to detect the species by 2030. The species has been expanding for a century. How many coastal counties now have one or more verified detections? What l find amazing is how underbirded HR county is when it's an easy hour from downtown Portland