Date: 6/28/20 7:36 am
From: Tim Rodenkirk <timrodenkirk...>
Subject: [obol] Coos Parula Yes 6/28/20
Still singing in a large tree-size wax myrtle maybe 100 feet before sand
road pops back out into the open along the bay (1/4 mile from end of road).

As Lars mentioned this is one of the more regular “eastern” warbler species
on the south coast in spring. There are two other spring records from the
North Spit Coos Bay and two from Floras Lake, Curry of just ones I have
observed. Always a pleasure to see/hear them on the south coast! Roger you
need to spend more time in Coos County!

Oh mosquitoes always quite friendly in this area- absolutely no qualms
about breaking all social distancing norms 😁

Happy late migration all!
Tim Rodenkirk
Coos Bay

 
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