Date: 4/6/21 12:43 pm From: Range Bayer <range.bayer...> Subject: [obol] Another Sign of Spring. Double-crested Cormorants Migrating North (Lincoln)
On April 5 at 10 AM, I saw a flock of about 10-15 Double-crested Cormorants flying north in a line with a V at the point near the shore of Newport. And this morning at 9:15 AM, I saw a flock of 28 mostly in a line with a V at the point also flying north near the shore of Newport. In a casual glance, they could be mistaken for migrating geese...
Range Bayer, Newport, Oregon.
The eBird link that lists the links to each Oregon County's checklists & hotspots is https://ebird.org/region/US-OR/regions There, all 36 Oregon Counties are listed in order of the number of species reported. Scroll down or do search for the name of the County of interest. Then click the County's name to go to that County's page that has its Overview that includes Last Seen, First Seen, High Counts, Bar Charts of occurrence for each species, and a Printable Checklist for each species reported to eBird.org for that County.