I birded the willows along the inlet canal at Tumalo Reservoir (actually Tumalo meadow now since there is no water going into it) this morning in hopes of finding the Northern Parula that Matt Cahill found on Saturday and relocated yesterday by Caleb and Courtney. Amazingly the bird is still around. During the first half hour of birding I encountered numerous Orange-crowneds of all three subspecies and Yellow-rumps, but the Parula remained elusive. In the rough location where Matt found the bird I began playing the vocalizations of an Eastern Screech Owl. Almost immediately four Orange-crowneds and two Yellow-rumps came to investigate. About t minutes later the Northern Parula popped into view and I was able to snap a few pictures. I called out to Bob Sizoo and Stefan Schlick who were in the vicinity and fortunately they were able to get on the bird before it disappeared in the willows. The coordinates of where we had the sighting are 44.1354, -121.4206. It was also great running into John and Laura Sullivan, but disappointing that we could not relocate the bird.