Date: 9/15/20 3:07 pm From: Tim Rodenkirk <timrodenkirk...> Subject: [obol] Re: Curry Week List
Whoops make that light morph adult Broad-winged. It had wide tail bands, white about same width as dark so adult but very pale below like a juvie. Stocky wings, short tail. Striking bird!
On Tue, Sep 15, 2020 at 2:26 PM Tim Rodenkirk <timrodenkirk...> wrote:
> I forgot to mention that Em was with Adrian and Chris. She sure trained > those boys of her well and also deserves credit for a most amazing bird > list! > > Only one addition today I know of, a juvie light morph BROAD-WINGED HAWK > which circled low over Lone Ranch as I was leaving. It may have even > landed. > > Beautiful sunny day with little or no smoke and blue skies. I think many > of the passerines moved on last night as it was clear at least a portion of > the night. Looking like rain brewing over the ocean this afternoon as I > head north. > > Merry migration and hoping the rain cleans up the smoke and calms down the > fires! > > Tim Rodenkirk > > On Tue, Sep 15, 2020 at 6:08 AM Tim Rodenkirk <timrodenkirk...> > wrote: > >> Here is a list of the rare birds found in Curry the past week. Mostly >> found by Chris and Adrian Hinkle but Caleb Centanni, Courtney Jett , Colby >> Neuman, Russ Namitz and myself also helped. I think it looks as good as >> any Harney list: >> >> 3- BLACK-AND-WHITE WARBLERS >> 1- BLACKPOLL WARBLER >> 1- TENNESSEE WARBLER >> 1- NORTHERN PARULA >> 1- YB CUCKOO (new species for the county) >> 2- BN STILT (separate locations) >> 1- BREWER'S SPARROW >> 2- YH BLACKBIRDS >> 1- BG GNATCATCHER >> 1- PACIFIC GOLDEN-PLOVER >> LOTSA ELEGANT TERNS (multiple locations) >> >> >> I may have forgotten a bird or two but it's an incredible list. The >> skies finally cleared yesterday and there are stars out here in Coos Bay >> now. I have not spent much time in Curry in early September- I know better >> now. Time to head south for me! >> >> Happy Birding all, >> Tim Rodenkirk >> Coos Bay >> >> >> >> > >