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12/31/18 10:36 am Kevin Smith <kevinsmithnaturephotos...> [COBOL] Mt Quail
12/31/18 9:11 am Kevin Smith <kevinsmithnaturephotos...> [COBOL] Utopia CBC first draft
12/30/18 11:32 am <jmeredit...> [COBOL] Scouting west of Prineville - Yellow-rumps
12/29/18 10:09 pm PETER LOW <plbirder...> Re: [COBOL] varied thrush
12/29/18 8:39 pm Craig Miller <gismiller...> [COBOL] Winter Barn Swallow in Central Oregon
12/29/18 2:41 pm Craig Miller <gismiller...> Re: [COBOL] Black Phone CRR
12/29/18 2:25 pm Hendrik Herlyn <hhactitis...> Re: [COBOL] Black Phone CRR
12/29/18 2:08 pm Craig Miller <gismiller...> [COBOL] Black Phone CRR
12/28/18 3:26 pm <jmeredit...> [COBOL] Prairie Falcon west side Bend
12/28/18 10:02 am Tom Crabtree <tc...> Re: [COBOL] varied thrush
12/28/18 9:41 am Mike Ogle <mogle...> [COBOL] varied thrush
12/28/18 7:22 am Steve Kornfeld <sbkornfeld...> Re: [COBOL] Some recent Bird News
12/27/18 8:30 pm PETER LOW <plbirder...> [COBOL] Some recent Bird News
12/26/18 10:20 pm M Gonzalez <towhee...> [COBOL] Redmond-Tumalo raptor route
12/26/18 7:08 pm <jmeredit...> [COBOL] Wednesday ECAS Birded Terrebonne to Grizzly Mtn to O'neil hwy - Yellow-rump
12/26/18 7:00 pm <jmeredit...> [COBOL] Wednesday ECAS summary 2018
12/26/18 5:52 pm Craig Miller <gismiller...> Re: [COBOL] December Lake Billy Chinook Raptor Survey
12/26/18 5:35 pm Tom Crabtree <tc...> Re: [COBOL] December Lake Billy Chinook Raptor Survey
12/26/18 5:18 pm David Vick <or.naturalist...> Re: [COBOL] December Lake Billy Chinook Raptor Survey
12/26/18 3:25 pm Tom Crabtree <tc...> [COBOL] December Lake Billy Chinook Raptor Survey
12/26/18 12:17 pm Tom Crabtree <tc...> [COBOL] RBA Madras -- Probable Gyrfalcon
12/25/18 11:14 pm PETER LOW <plbirder...> [COBOL] Harris's Sparrow
12/25/18 1:56 pm Tom Lawler <tjlawler...> [COBOL] A Reminder About COBOL Changing to Groups.io
12/25/18 11:12 am Mike Golden <gardenbug99...> [COBOL] Redmond CBC
12/25/18 10:07 am Susan Tank <wolfies.hound...> [COBOL] P.S
12/25/18 9:27 am Susan Tank <wolfies.hound...> [COBOL] Christmas morning
12/24/18 3:07 pm Steve Kornfeld <sbkornfeld...> Re: [COBOL] Bend Christmas Count
12/24/18 12:18 pm Tom Crabtree <tc...> [COBOL] Bend Christmas Count
12/23/18 8:00 pm <jmeredit...> [COBOL] Fwd: [obol] Hart Mountain CBC results from Dec 19th
12/23/18 1:36 pm Mary Ann Kruse <junehog9...> [COBOL] Eurasian wigeons
12/23/18 11:36 am Howard Horvath <horvathhoward...> [COBOL] Eurasian Wigeon at the Old Mill
12/23/18 10:25 am Mike Golden <gardenbug99...> [COBOL] Correction and update on Madras CBC
12/21/18 10:30 pm <jmeredit...> [COBOL] Plan for Wednesday, Dec 26 and Thurs, Dec 27
12/21/18 5:00 pm Tom Lawler <tjlawler...> [COBOL] ECAS Wallow Field Trip
12/21/18 4:49 pm Jim Moodie <jmoodie...> [COBOL] Possible Pink-sided Dark-eyed Junco?
12/21/18 4:30 pm Mike Golden <gardenbug99...> [COBOL] Madras CBC Results
12/20/18 1:41 pm Tom Lawler <tjlawler...> [COBOL] Wanna Help With Silver Lake-Valley Falls Raptor Survey?
12/20/18 11:39 am Tom Crabtree <tc...> Re: [COBOL] FW: Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs
12/20/18 11:02 am Mike Ogle <mogle...> [COBOL] FW: Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs
12/20/18 10:17 am Stephen Shunk <steve...> [COBOL] Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs
12/20/18 8:24 am Stephen Shunk <steve...> [COBOL] New address?
 
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Date: 12/31/18 10:36 am
From: Kevin Smith <kevinsmithnaturephotos...>
Subject: [COBOL] Mt Quail
One of our Utopia CBC counters found Mountain Quail in the Lake Billy
Campground JFYI. That is across the first bridge on the left.

Kevin Smith


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Date: 12/31/18 9:11 am
From: Kevin Smith <kevinsmithnaturephotos...>
Subject: [COBOL] Utopia CBC first draft
Thanks to all of you wonderful Crooked River Ranch Birders, AND one
couple from Prineville!!

I haven't done a complete download of your information yet but you have
filled in what Kei and I didn't get VERY nicely.  Peter Weigel, our
compiler, was disappointed that we didn't get some of the 'important' 
birds, but you guys came through in GRAND stile.

Thanks for Tom Crabtree for reporting a Red-shouldered Hawk near Madras,
actually Metolius, a few weeks ago and as we were asked to cover that
cute little city I was able to add it to the Utopia CBC list as a NEW
bird as seen on the link to my "Quick Shots" page at my web site.

https://www.kevinsmithnaturephotos.com/Quick-Shots/i-wttv6m3/A

Kevin Smith


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Date: 12/30/18 11:32 am
From: <jmeredit...>
Subject: [COBOL] Scouting west of Prineville - Yellow-rumps
Cindy Zalunardo and I spent 6 hours around Sector 1 today. When the sun
was shining mid a.m., a stop at the bridge on Elliot produced 2 or 3
Yellow-rumped Warblers. The Wednesday birders had one a few days ago, a
different individual. Perhaps other teams will find them on Monday
during the CBC.

We had a flock of blackbirds containing 40+ Tri-coloreds. The Barrows
Goldeneye were in a usual spot, upriver from the bridge at 3rd St. at
the west end of Prineville.

Judy, <jmeredit...>
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Date: 12/29/18 10:09 pm
From: PETER LOW <plbirder...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] varied thrush
Mike and all, One bird on Sizemore Road near Tumalo Reservoir Dam on 12/27/18 was the first seen since One heard in Black Butte Ranch around November.
Before that, a few birds seen during the Hawk Watch, and lower numbers than expected.

Peter Low.

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Subject: [COBOL] varied thrush



Every year I have a few varied thrushs spend the winter in my yard, none this year so far. Anyone noticed if their numbers are down?

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Date: 12/29/18 8:39 pm
From: Craig Miller <gismiller...>
Subject: [COBOL] Winter Barn Swallow in Central Oregon
Hi all,

While birding at the Crooked River Wetlands, Marilyn and I observed a BARN
SWALLOW flying along the Crooked River. I am not aware of any other swallow
records in Central Oregon during either December or January.

Photos attached

Cheers,

Craig Miller
Bend

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Date: 12/29/18 2:41 pm
From: Craig Miller <gismiller...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] Black Phone CRR
Dang spellcheck!

C

On Sat, Dec 29, 2018, 2:25 PM Hendrik Herlyn <hhactitis...> wrote:

> Wow, that must be a first for Oregon! ;)
>
> On Sat, Dec 29, 2018 at 2:08 PM Craig Miller <gismiller...> wrote:
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>> Crooked River Wetlands along the Crooked River out from the marsh
>> boardwalk North and west of pond # 9.
>>
>> Count week bird
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Date: 12/29/18 2:25 pm
From: Hendrik Herlyn <hhactitis...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] Black Phone CRR
Wow, that must be a first for Oregon! ;)

On Sat, Dec 29, 2018 at 2:08 PM Craig Miller <gismiller...> wrote:

> Crooked River Wetlands along the Crooked River out from the marsh
> boardwalk North and west of pond # 9.
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> Count week bird
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Date: 12/29/18 2:08 pm
From: Craig Miller <gismiller...>
Subject: [COBOL] Black Phone CRR
Crooked River Wetlands along the Crooked River out from the marsh boardwalk
North and west of pond # 9.

Count week bird

Craig

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Date: 12/28/18 3:26 pm
From: <jmeredit...>
Subject: [COBOL] Prairie Falcon west side Bend
Between errands, I walked a neighborhood. While I was watching robins
and waxwings in Mtn Ash trees, I heard a big crash near me. A Prairie
Falcon flew right by my face. It had nailed an American Robin but hit a
fence in doing so. It dropped the robin and flew off toward the river.
Location, near Columbia Park, Columbia at Albany.

Two small flocks of Cedar Waxwings had no Bohemians with them. Lots of
berries left around town for them. Judy, <jmeredit...>
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Date: 12/28/18 10:02 am
From: Tom Crabtree <tc...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] varied thrush
Mike, there was only one reported on the Christmas count - from my backyard.
This morning there was a second bird, but I haven't heard of any others.



Tom Crabtree, Bend



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Every year I have a few varied thrushs spend the winter in my yard, none
this year so far. Anyone noticed if their numbers are down?


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Date: 12/28/18 9:41 am
From: Mike Ogle <mogle...>
Subject: [COBOL] varied thrush
Every year I have a few varied thrushs spend the winter in my yard, none
this year so far. Anyone noticed if their numbers are down?


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Date: 12/28/18 7:22 am
From: Steve Kornfeld <sbkornfeld...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] Some recent Bird News
Peter,



Where in Sunriver was the Swamp Sparrow



Thanks



Steve



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Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2018 8:30:31 PM
To: COBOL
Subject: [COBOL] Some recent Bird News


Hi all,
Sorry about the late reports, but here's some notes from the past Week.

Wickiup Reservoir 12/22/18

Bird numbers low due to ice cover and open Water very distant. The North Boat Ramp had 8 Common Goldeneye, 5 Hooded and 3 Common Merganser and about 10 Bufflehead.
South Twin Lake had 1 Common Loon 1 Pied-billed Grebe and 60 American Coots.

Some Forest Birding along the 4285 road which goes by Crane Prairie Dam on the Deschutes River was much more productive.

Evening Grosbeak 110
Pine Siskin 135
White-breasted Nuthatch 2
Red-breasted Nuthatch c20
Brown Creeper 2
Mountain Chickadee c15
Golden-crowned Kinglet 10
WILLIAMSON'S SAPSUCKER 1 male
Red-breasted Sapsucker 1
Pileated Woodpecker 1
Stellar's Jay 1

Deschutes River Sunriver

SWAMP SPARROW 1
Song Sparrow 1
Belted Kingfisher 1-2
Brewer's Blackbird 1
Canada Goose c200

Hatfield Lake 12/23/18 1st Pond

Ring-necked Duck 529
Ruddy Duck 28
Bufflehead 19
American Wigeon 7
Green-winged Teal 11
Lesser Scaup 1
Redhead 1

Second Pond

Lesser Scaup 5
Hooded Merganser 8
American Wigeon 38
Green-winged Teal 25
Gadwall 3
Dunlin

Deschutes River Slough Camp to Benham Falls 12/25/18

Red Crossbill 2
Pacific Wren 3
American Dipper 2
Golden-crowned Kinglet c20
Brown Creeper 4
Pigmy Nuthatch 5
Mt Chickadee 8
Belted Kingfisher 1
Bald Eagle 1 imm
Great Blue Heron 1

Deschutes River Mill A and Loggers Loop Trail 12/25/18

Merlin 1
Harris's Sparrow 1 continuing Bird
White-crowned Sparrow 14
Song Sparrow
Dark eyed Junco 6
YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER 1
Sharp-shinned Hawk 1 adult with American Robin kill, seen very close in shade of Pine Tree.
American Kestrel 1 male
California Scrub Jay 7
Cider Waxwing c40 mixed in with American Robin flock.
American Robin c200
American Goldfinch 1
Lesser Goldfinch 1
House Finch
Eurasian Starling
House Sparrow
Ring-necked Duck 5
Hooded Merganser 6
Common Goldeneye 10+ probably more.
Northern Pintail c10
American Wigeon 3
Common Merganser 40+
American Coot 1
Kingfisher 3
Spotted Towhee 2
Northern Flicker 2
Mourning Dove 2
Canada Goose

12/26/18 Headed out east of town for a change of scenery. Long drive with not many Birds, a dark morph Rough-leg at Brothers was the highlight.

Harman Road

Golden Eagle 1
Bald Eagle 1
Rough-legged Hawk 3
Red-tailed Hawk 2
Northern Harrier 1 male
Black-billed Magpie 5
Mountain Bluebird 20

Lizard Creek Road

American Robin c20
Townsend's Solitaire 5
Bushtits 25
Pinyon Jay c5

Hatfield Lake 12/26/18

Ring-necked Duck 468
Lesser Scaup 3
Redhead 1 continuing male
Common Goldeneye 1
N. Pintail 2
Am Wigeon 12
Gadwall 2
Green-winged Teal 11
Ruddy Duck 75

Second Pond

TRI-COLORED BLACKBIRD 1 female in mixed flock. seen well in scope many times. Flock built up to around 200 birds by the time I left, mostly Brewers with maybe 50 Red-wings and 4 Brown-headed Cowbirds.
Killdeer 2
American Pipit 1
Am Wigeon 60
N Pintail 12
Song Sparrow 4
Am Robins.

Peter Low
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Date: 12/27/18 8:30 pm
From: PETER LOW <plbirder...>
Subject: [COBOL] Some recent Bird News

Hi all,
Sorry about the late reports, but here's some notes from the past Week.

Wickiup Reservoir 12/22/18

Bird numbers low due to ice cover and open Water very distant. The North Boat Ramp had 8 Common Goldeneye, 5 Hooded and 3 Common Merganser and about 10 Bufflehead.
South Twin Lake had 1 Common Loon 1 Pied-billed Grebe and 60 American Coots.

Some Forest Birding along the 4285 road which goes by Crane Prairie Dam on the Deschutes River was much more productive.

Evening Grosbeak 110
Pine Siskin 135
White-breasted Nuthatch 2
Red-breasted Nuthatch c20
Brown Creeper 2
Mountain Chickadee c15
Golden-crowned Kinglet 10
WILLIAMSON'S SAPSUCKER 1 male
Red-breasted Sapsucker 1
Pileated Woodpecker 1
Stellar's Jay 1

Deschutes River Sunriver

SWAMP SPARROW 1
Song Sparrow 1
Belted Kingfisher 1-2
Brewer's Blackbird 1
Canada Goose c200

Hatfield Lake 12/23/18 1st Pond

Ring-necked Duck 529
Ruddy Duck 28
Bufflehead 19
American Wigeon 7
Green-winged Teal 11
Lesser Scaup 1
Redhead 1

Second Pond

Lesser Scaup 5
Hooded Merganser 8
American Wigeon 38
Green-winged Teal 25
Gadwall 3
Dunlin

Deschutes River Slough Camp to Benham Falls 12/25/18

Red Crossbill 2
Pacific Wren 3
American Dipper 2
Golden-crowned Kinglet c20
Brown Creeper 4
Pigmy Nuthatch 5
Mt Chickadee 8
Belted Kingfisher 1
Bald Eagle 1 imm
Great Blue Heron 1

Deschutes River Mill A and Loggers Loop Trail 12/25/18

Merlin 1
Harris's Sparrow 1 continuing Bird
White-crowned Sparrow 14
Song Sparrow
Dark eyed Junco 6
YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER 1
Sharp-shinned Hawk 1 adult with American Robin kill, seen very close in shade of Pine Tree.
American Kestrel 1 male
California Scrub Jay 7
Cider Waxwing c40 mixed in with American Robin flock.
American Robin c200
American Goldfinch 1
Lesser Goldfinch 1
House Finch
Eurasian Starling
House Sparrow
Ring-necked Duck 5
Hooded Merganser 6
Common Goldeneye 10+ probably more.
Northern Pintail c10
American Wigeon 3
Common Merganser 40+
American Coot 1
Kingfisher 3
Spotted Towhee 2
Northern Flicker 2
Mourning Dove 2
Canada Goose

12/26/18 Headed out east of town for a change of scenery. Long drive with not many Birds, a dark morph Rough-leg at Brothers was the highlight.

Harman Road

Golden Eagle 1
Bald Eagle 1
Rough-legged Hawk 3
Red-tailed Hawk 2
Northern Harrier 1 male
Black-billed Magpie 5
Mountain Bluebird 20

Lizard Creek Road

American Robin c20
Townsend's Solitaire 5
Bushtits 25
Pinyon Jay c5

Hatfield Lake 12/26/18

Ring-necked Duck 468
Lesser Scaup 3
Redhead 1 continuing male
Common Goldeneye 1
N. Pintail 2
Am Wigeon 12
Gadwall 2
Green-winged Teal 11
Ruddy Duck 75

Second Pond

TRI-COLORED BLACKBIRD 1 female in mixed flock. seen well in scope many times. Flock built up to around 200 birds by the time I left, mostly Brewers with maybe 50 Red-wings and 4 Brown-headed Cowbirds.
Killdeer 2
American Pipit 1
Am Wigeon 60
N Pintail 12
Song Sparrow 4
Am Robins.

Peter Low
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Date: 12/26/18 10:20 pm
From: M Gonzalez <towhee...>
Subject: [COBOL] Redmond-Tumalo raptor route

Greetings COBOLers,

I ran the Redmond-Tumalo winter raptor survey with my daughter today. Great day to be out.

We observed 114 raptors of 8 different flavors over the 53 mile route:

Red-tailed Hawk 79
American Kestrel 22
Northern Harrier 2
Bald Eagle 3 adult/2 immature
Rough-legged Hawk 1
Prairie Falcon 3
Sharp-shinned Hawk 1
Cooper's Hawk 1

Good birding,

Mark


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Date: 12/26/18 7:08 pm
From: <jmeredit...>
Subject: [COBOL] Wednesday ECAS Birded Terrebonne to Grizzly Mtn to O'neil hwy - Yellow-rump
Last ECAS Wednesday of the year. We added no new species for the year of
Wednesdays, ending with 259, same as last year. Chime in on places to go
in the next 6 months if you want a hand in the upcoming schedule for
2019, coming out in a couple of days.

Probably the most unexpected bird today was the YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER
along Campbell Ranch, near Elliot in Crook County. We were looking for
Trikes and enjoying several species of raptors when the Yellow-rump flew
up out of the wet ditch and was visible again a bit later on a fence
post, for all to see up close. Nice assortment of raptors today. We went
up Grizzly Mtn (2 or 3 inches of snow) hoping for a Rosy Finch or Snow
Bunting but had only a Townsend's Solitaire up there. Along the road,
as well as on a weedy roadside near Lone Pine, we had sparrow flocks
that seemed to each contain a Spizella Sparrow but we never had second
or confirming looks. Sad, one could have been the "bird of the day"

This report was mailed for Judy Meredith by http://birdnotes.net
Canada Goose
Mallard
Bufflehead
California Quail
Great Blue Heron
Northern Harrier
Sharp-shinned Hawk - 1
Red-tailed Hawk
Ferruginous Hawk - 2
Rough-legged Hawk - 1
Golden Eagle - 1
American Kestrel
Virginia Rail - calling along Elliot
Rock Dove
Eurasian Collared-Dove
Great Horned Owl
Northern Flicker
Steller's Jay
Western Scrub-Jay
Black-billed Magpie
American Crow - Flock near Redmond
Common Raven
Mountain Chickadee
Canyon Wren -Along Lone Pine Rd, rocky riverbank cliff
Marsh Wren - Elliot
Townsend's Solitaire
American Robin
European Starling
Yellow-rumped Warbler - Campbell Ranch rd along ditch on south side
Song Sparrow
Lincoln's Sparrow - 2 popped up to pishing, Lone Pine
White-crowned Sparrow - most numerous sparrow species today
Golden-crowned Sparrow - a few
Dark-eyed Junco
Red-winged Blackbird
Brewer's Blackbird
House Finch
House Sparrow
Total number of species seen: 38
Birders today, Kim Kathol, Steve Kornfeld, Mark Neudorfer and Judy
Meredith.
Good birding, get out and join a CBC, <jmeredit...>
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Date: 12/26/18 7:00 pm
From: <jmeredit...>
Subject: [COBOL] Wednesday ECAS summary 2018
Finished with 259 species for the year, same as last year. I plan the
schedule with goals in mind of

- sampling good local birding areas, in seasons for nesting, migrating,
or wintering birds,

- sites to represent typical, interesting or diverse habitat in our
area,

- casual birding as a group with emphasis on enjoyment and learning, not
competitive or critical.

We welcome birders new to the area, or new to birding, and the many very
experienced birders enjoying the local populations of birds. We enjoy
learning together and sharing all the birds. It is great fun to show a
locally common bird to someone who has just relocated here from out of
the area and share high fives for their lifer. Wednesdays can be a good
way to meet new birders, make good friendships, find neighbors to bird
with or carpool with and a good way to learn the habitats and birds of
the area. We also go farther afield to places like the Oregon Coast,
Wallowas, Malheur, Lucky Peak in IDaho, etc for longer trips, to broaden
our experiences.

Probably the "best" bird of the year, seen 3 times on Wednesdays, was
the EMPEROR GOOSE that was found by Peter Low around Thanksgiving of
2017 and stayed around off and on relocated, for several months. Black
Phoebe, Great-tailed Grackle, Red-eyed Vireo and others, were also fun
local celebrity birds. Quite a few other great birds were around but
didn't stick for Wednesdays, like Little Stint, Rusty Blackbird. Notable
misses, Ruffed Grouse, Ross's Goose, several shorebirds, and a few owl
species.

Last, but not least, thanks to the gang for stepping up when I am away,
and to all the birders with your skill, good humor, camaraderie and
enjoyment. Come birding with us in 2019. Schedule is always on
ECAUDUBON.ORG and a weekly email comes out about the plan and how to
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Date: 12/26/18 5:52 pm
From: Craig Miller <gismiller...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] December Lake Billy Chinook Raptor Survey
Hi all,

Marilyn and I flushed a very large falcon from a tree in our property (12
miles east of Bend) this morning. It seemed way too large for a Prairie
Falcon, but unfortunately I didn't see enough to be fully confident that it
was a Gyrfalcon. I suspect it was though. Stay aware!

Craig


On Wed, Dec 26, 2018, 3:25 PM Tom Crabtree <tc...> wrote:

> As mentioned in a prior email, I ran my December raptor survey in the
> Culver/Metolius/Madras area. The weather was cold (30-34 degrees), gray
> skies and about an inch of snow on the ground. I had a great variety of
> birds, the 11 species tying the all-time high for the route. The overall
> number of individuals, 69, was four below the long-term average. Red-tail
> numbers were low, Kestrels were high and those two species accounted for
> 78% of the birds seen. Obviously, the Gyrfalcon was the highlight of the
> day – a very nice Christmas present. Here’s my complete list:
>
>
>
> Red-tailed Hawk 31
>
> American Kestrel 23
>
> Northern Harrier 5
>
> Bald Eagle 2 (appeared to be a pair)
>
> Golden Eagle 2 (appeared to be a pair)
>
> Rough-legged Hawk 1
>
> Peregrine Falcon 1
>
> Prairie Falcon 1
>
> Gyrfalcon 1
>
> Cooper’s Hawk 1
>
> Great-horned Owl 1
>
>
>
> Tom Crabtree, Bend
>
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Date: 12/26/18 5:35 pm
From: Tom Crabtree <tc...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] December Lake Billy Chinook Raptor Survey
Many, actually. Here are the sightings:



3/6/1982 Awbrey Butte Tom Crabtree

12/31/1983 Awbrey Butte Tom Crabtree

12/5/1988 Wickiup Res. Craig Miller

11/10/1996 Wickiup Res. Craig Miller, Dean Hale

10/11/2003 Wickiup Res. Tim Janzen

12/24/2003 Redmond Sewage Ponds Kimdel Owen

4/25/2008 Bend Tom Crabtree

4/1/2009 Redmond Sewage Ponds ?

5/2/2013 Alfalfa Jon Nelson



There is an early report from Prineville on 1/15/1967, observer was a John Knox, who I don’t know. Three birds from 12/24 to 12/31 is a pretty interesting pattern (30% of the records, though small sample size).



Tom





From: David Vick [mailto:<or.naturalist...>]
Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2018 5:18 PM
To: Tom Crabtree
Cc: COBOL; OBOL Oregon Birders Online
Subject: Re: [COBOL] December Lake Billy Chinook Raptor Survey



Nice score on the Gyr Tom! Any other Central Oregon records for this species?



David Vick

Terrebonne



On Wed, Dec 26, 2018 at 3:25 PM Tom Crabtree <tc...> wrote:

As mentioned in a prior email, I ran my December raptor survey in the Culver/Metolius/Madras area. The weather was cold (30-34 degrees), gray skies and about an inch of snow on the ground. I had a great variety of birds, the 11 species tying the all-time high for the route. The overall number of individuals, 69, was four below the long-term average. Red-tail numbers were low, Kestrels were high and those two species accounted for 78% of the birds seen. Obviously, the Gyrfalcon was the highlight of the day – a very nice Christmas present. Here’s my complete list:



Red-tailed Hawk 31

American Kestrel 23

Northern Harrier 5

Bald Eagle 2 (appeared to be a pair)

Golden Eagle 2 (appeared to be a pair)

Rough-legged Hawk 1

Peregrine Falcon 1

Prairie Falcon 1

Gyrfalcon 1

Cooper’s Hawk 1

Great-horned Owl 1



Tom Crabtree, Bend







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Date: 12/26/18 5:18 pm
From: David Vick <or.naturalist...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] December Lake Billy Chinook Raptor Survey
Nice score on the Gyr Tom! Any other Central Oregon records for this
species?

David Vick
Terrebonne

On Wed, Dec 26, 2018 at 3:25 PM Tom Crabtree <tc...> wrote:

> As mentioned in a prior email, I ran my December raptor survey in the
> Culver/Metolius/Madras area. The weather was cold (30-34 degrees), gray
> skies and about an inch of snow on the ground. I had a great variety of
> birds, the 11 species tying the all-time high for the route. The overall
> number of individuals, 69, was four below the long-term average. Red-tail
> numbers were low, Kestrels were high and those two species accounted for
> 78% of the birds seen. Obviously, the Gyrfalcon was the highlight of the
> day – a very nice Christmas present. Here’s my complete list:
>
>
>
> Red-tailed Hawk 31
>
> American Kestrel 23
>
> Northern Harrier 5
>
> Bald Eagle 2 (appeared to be a pair)
>
> Golden Eagle 2 (appeared to be a pair)
>
> Rough-legged Hawk 1
>
> Peregrine Falcon 1
>
> Prairie Falcon 1
>
> Gyrfalcon 1
>
> Cooper’s Hawk 1
>
> Great-horned Owl 1
>
>
>
> Tom Crabtree, Bend
>
>
>
>
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Date: 12/26/18 3:25 pm
From: Tom Crabtree <tc...>
Subject: [COBOL] December Lake Billy Chinook Raptor Survey
As mentioned in a prior email, I ran my December raptor survey in the
Culver/Metolius/Madras area. The weather was cold (30-34 degrees), gray
skies and about an inch of snow on the ground. I had a great variety of
birds, the 11 species tying the all-time high for the route. The overall
number of individuals, 69, was four below the long-term average. Red-tail
numbers were low, Kestrels were high and those two species accounted for 78%
of the birds seen. Obviously, the Gyrfalcon was the highlight of the day -
a very nice Christmas present. Here's my complete list:



Red-tailed Hawk 31

American Kestrel 23

Northern Harrier 5

Bald Eagle 2 (appeared to be a pair)

Golden Eagle 2 (appeared to be a pair)

Rough-legged Hawk 1

Peregrine Falcon 1

Prairie Falcon 1

Gyrfalcon 1

Cooper's Hawk 1

Great-horned Owl 1



Tom Crabtree, Bend








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Date: 12/26/18 12:17 pm
From: Tom Crabtree <tc...>
Subject: [COBOL] RBA Madras -- Probable Gyrfalcon
I was conducting my December Raptor Survey yesterday afternoon when I
flushed a probable gray phase Gyrfalcon. I was on SW Ashwood Lane, west of
Madras, just west of the intersection with SW Bear Drive. My route takes me
north on Bear, west on Ashwood, north on Deschutes and then I turn around
and retrace that part of the route. It was 3:00 in the afternoon and the
sky was quite dark, looking like it might rain. Heading in I saw a
Red-tailed Hawk perched on a pole on the south side of the road opposite the
first hay shed on Ashwood. I went to the end and was coming back looking
for additional raptors. As I came up I saw a large raptor a pole past where
the Red-tail had been perched earlier. I thought to myself "Red-tail" and
scanned the field to the right as I slowly headed towards that pole. As I
was coming to a stop I glanced up at the hawk and thought something looked
odd and raised my binoculars. As I got the bins on the bird I saw a pointed
wing and a long tail. I thought "Prairie Falcon?" but immediately said,
"can't be, it's too big and this bird is gray, not brown." The back, wings
and tail were a pale gray, about the same tone as a Prairie Falcon would be
(about Zone 7 or 8 on the Ansel Adams Zone System). Almost immediately the
bird flushed (it would have been a safe distance for a Red-tail, but
unfortunately too close for this bird).



The bird headed immediately across the road and flew Northwest. It was
obviously a falcon, a large, robust bird with pointed wings and a strong,
fast flight. I expected it to put down on a wheel line 100 yards out, but
it kept going. It never stopped while I could see it and never even glided.
It headed past the Madras Airport when I lost sight of it. I presume it
ended up in the vicinity of NW Clackamas Drive or Dogwood Lane, or possibly
that section of Deschutes if it didn't keep going beyond that. As it was
already past 3:00 and I still had a quarter of my route to do, I didn't
bother seeing if it ended up there. By the time I was done with the survey
route at 4:30, it was too dark to search for it again.



I never saw the head of the bird well, but when I was watching it fly away
at an angle I did not see any dark helmet or obvious dark moustache on it.
There was no obvious contrast between the head and the back or the back and
the tail. I never got a look at the underparts. The back was a light gray
with a thin lighter edging, forming a scalloped look. While I didn't get a
great look at the perched bird, my thought that it had a long tail is
probably indicative that the wings didn't reach the end of the tail as they
would (or at least be close) on a Peregrine or Prairie Falcon. The gray
tones rule out Prairie Falcon as does the lack of black axillars. I don't
think it could have been a Peregrine for several reasons. First, I have
never looked at a Peregrine and thought "Red-tail." They always impress me
as lean and angular, not big and bulky. I had seen both Prairie Falcon and
Peregrine earlier on my route (the Peregrine was along the Crooked River arm
of Lake Billy Chinook, approximately six air miles away) and they both
looked typical of those species and ID was obvious. The fact that the bird
in question had no noticeable contrast between the face and the back and no
helmet are additional factors in my ID. My camera was sitting on the seat
next to me, but the bird took off so fast, I didn't want to mess with trying
to grab it and try to focus since I thought the bird would land and I could
get pictures once I had it pinned down.



Here are some pictures from the Macaulay Lab of Gyrfalcons that are
consistent with what I saw:





(The third bird down on the left shows brown in the primaries and tail which
my bird didn't have.)



Tom Crabtree, Bend


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Date: 12/25/18 11:14 pm
From: PETER LOW <plbirder...>
Subject: [COBOL] Harris's Sparrow
Hi all,
The Harris's Sparrow was present today along with 7-8 White-crowned Sparrows at the original location. The brush directly across the street from the restrooms on Shevling Hixon Road at the Bend White Water Park. Seen this afternoon, the flock then moved over the Colorado road into brush. This is the Bird found by Tom Crabtree on the Bend cbc.

Peter Low
Bend Oregon.
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From: Tom Lawler <tjlawler...>
Subject: [COBOL] A Reminder About COBOL Changing to Groups.io
Seeing the note that Mike sent about the Redmond CBC reminded me that I wanted to also remind everyone that this list is going away in a week. If you missed my note about this please take a look again and subscribe to the new COBOL group on groups.io. I have no way of easily figuring out how many members are on the OSU COBOL list but I can see how many are on groups.io. Right now there are only 82 and I know there are many more than that on the OSU COBOL group. So, please change your subscription if you are interested in getting list messages. See the original message below.

Regards,

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Date: 12/25/18 11:12 am
From: Mike Golden <gardenbug99...>
Subject: [COBOL] Redmond CBC
Redmond CBC is Wednesday, January 2.
We will meet for breakfast and assignments at the Country Nook in Redmond, across the street from Black Bear Diner. For you not familiar with Redmond it is on the one-way going north. We will start gathering at 7:00 am, but you do not need to be too prompt as they do not open until 7:00 and probably won’t have the tables set up right on time..
We will meet for countdown at the Redmond Burger Company, only one block from the Country Nook beginning at 4:00 pm or shortly thereafter.
We have good team coverage but still have room for more birders. If you would like to join us let me know. Good birding knowledge is not a necessity. All you need is the ability to ride around in good company, spot birds and have a good time. You may need to walk a little, but most of these routes are by auto.
Don’t forget to follow Tom Lawler’s direction to switch to the new COBOL site as the old site is off on December 31, as I understand it.
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Date: 12/25/18 10:07 am
From: Susan Tank <wolfies.hound...>
Subject: [COBOL] P.S
I forgot to mention that in the past two weeks, a couple of the tom turkeys
that frequent our property have been displaying already. AND all it takes
is a car door slamming, or any sudden loud noise, and the gobbling begins!
Something doesn't seem quite right here....

Sue Tank
With out-of-synch turkeys north of Sisters

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Date: 12/25/18 9:27 am
From: Susan Tank <wolfies.hound...>
Subject: [COBOL] Christmas morning
As some of you may remember from past posts, we have been offering meat
scraps to the ravens for several years now. It started out with the parts
of the chicken backs I opted not to feed my dogs. There is an area just
south of the house with a large downed log, a couple of short stumps, and
more recently, an elevated platform to keep scraps out of reach of any
wandering coyotes, where we place the scraps. If the raven don't happen to
be around when there are scraps to be had, we call them in, and in they
come. Depending on the winter, this year being one of them, the
magpies will join in. A couple of years ago a pair of local red-tailed
hawks, one a rufous morph, would show up every morning and greet us with a
scream when we walked out with food. Come spring/summer, the local pair of
bald eagles who nest to the SE of our property, would come daily; multiple
times in the morning once their young had hatched. After fledging, we
would rarely see the eagles again, generally not with any regularity, until
the following breeding season. And on rare occasions, one of the local
goldens would fly in for a look-see.

This year the dynamic has shifted a bit. We often have several ravens and
this morning nearly a dozen magpies. A single red-tail comes periodically,
but we now have a daily appearance by one of the baldies. How cools is
that?! But what makes it particularly entertaining is watching the
inter-species food/territorial battles that erupt. Last week, two days in
a row, I watched as one of the bald eagles was flying in with a red-tail
right on it's tail. There was vocalizing on both sides, dive-bombing by
the red-tail, so close over my head that I heard them hit in mid-air. Most
of the time the bald will perch in a tree near where the spread is laid
out, the magpies will knock chicken necks (we switched to necks) to the
ground, the ravens will drop in and pick up pieces and then a chase will
ensue with the bald chasing ravens and if all goes according to plan, force
them to drop whatever they picked up and then IT will pick it up to eat.
Every morning now we get to watch this show. And this morning: a
beautiful golden flew in, perched and observed, then headed south. They
take my breath away.

We feel quite lucky to get to watch this unfold on an almost daily basis.
It IS rather cool to have a bald eagle waiting on you in the morning to
come and put out what for them is surely just a snack!

Happy Holidays!

Sue Tank
about 10 miles N of Sisters

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Date: 12/24/18 3:07 pm
From: Steve Kornfeld <sbkornfeld...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] Bend Christmas Count
We had a Annas in our yard 2 days ago. Timing is everything

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Sent: Monday, December 24, 2018 12:17:51 PM
To: 'OBOL Oregon Birders Online'; 'COBOL'
Subject: [COBOL] Bend Christmas Count

The 51st annual Bend Christmas Bird Count tallied 90 species and 12,741 individuals, five species fewer, and 67 individuals more than last year. No new species were found this year, but we did have seven species that have been recorded fewer than 10 times: Snow Goose, Wild Turkey, Ferruginous Hawk, Barred Owl, Savannah Sparrow, White-throated Sparrow and Harriss Sparrow. The biggest misses were Red-breasted Nuthatch (only fifth time), Clarks Nutcracker and Mountain Bluebird. All-time high counts were recorded for Coopers Hawk (12), Red-tailed Hawk (116) and Green-winged Teal (161). Single birds were recorded for Lesser Scaup, Brown Creeper and Varied Thrush, which were unusually low numbers. The 90 species is right on the average for the last decade. Thanks to all who participated:

Heres the complete tally:


Greater White-fronted Goose

4

Snow Goose

4

Canada Goose

1122

Cackling Goose

3

Trumpeter Swan

2

Gadwall

6

American Wigeon

212

Mallard

1408

Northern Shoveler

20

Northern Pintail

51

Green-winged Teal

161

Redhead

1

Ring-necked Duck

463

Lesser Scaup

1

Bufflehead

61

Common Goldeneye

103

Barrow's Goldeneye

2

Hooded Merganser

33

Common Merganser

67

Ruddy Duck

30

Wild Turkey

1

California Quail

109

Pied-billed Grebe

5

Great Blue Heron

6

Bald Eagle

12

Northern Harrier

1

Sharp-shinned Hawk

6

Cooper's Hawk

12

Northern Goshawk

1

Red-tailed Hawk

116

Ferruginous Hawk

1

Rough-legged Hawk

3

Golden Eagle

1

American Kestrel

21

Merlin

4

Prairie Falcon

5

American Coot

5

Killdeer

1

Ring-billed Gull

1

Rock Pigeon

427

Eurasian Collared Dove

403

Mourning Dove

90

Great Horned Owl

5

Barred Owl

1

Belted Kingfisher

11

Red-breasted Sapsucker

1

Downy Woodpecker

2

Hairy Woodpecker

7

Northern Flicker

116

Northern Shrike

2

Steller's Jay

45

California Scrub Jay

218

Pinyon Jay

10

Black-billed Magpie

37

American Crow

16

Common Raven

408

Mountain Chickadee

191

Bushtit

87

White-breasted Nuthatch

6

Pygmy Nuthatch

327

Brown Creeper

1

Canyon Wren

2

Pacific Wren

7

American Dipper

3

Golden-crowned Kinglet

15

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

7

Western Bluebird

43

Townsend's Solitaire

150

Hermit Thrush

5

American Robin

2235

Varied Thrush

1

European Starling

1420

Cedar Waxwing

262

Spotted Towhee

3

Savannah Sparrow

3

Song Sparrow

28

White-throated Sparrow

1

Harris' Sparrow

2

White-crowned Sparrow

154

Golden-crowned Sparrow

50

Dark-eyed Junco

766

Red-winged Blackbird

11

Western Meadowlark

1

Brewer's Blackbird

61

House Finch

364

Red Crossbill

17

Pine Siskin

15

Lesser Goldfinch

291

American Goldfinch

37

House Sparrow

311


TOTAL SPECIES

90


TOTAL INDIVIDUALS

12741



Tom Crabtree, Bend





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Date: 12/24/18 12:18 pm
From: Tom Crabtree <tc...>
Subject: [COBOL] Bend Christmas Count
The 51st annual Bend Christmas Bird Count tallied 90 species and 12,741
individuals, five species fewer, and 67 individuals more than last year. No
new species were found this year, but we did have seven species that have
been recorded fewer than 10 times: Snow Goose, Wild Turkey, Ferruginous
Hawk, Barred Owl, Savannah Sparrow, White-throated Sparrow and Harris's
Sparrow. The biggest misses were Red-breasted Nuthatch (only fifth time),
Clark's Nutcracker and Mountain Bluebird. All-time high counts were
recorded for Cooper's Hawk (12), Red-tailed Hawk (116) and Green-winged Teal
(161). Single birds were recorded for Lesser Scaup, Brown Creeper and
Varied Thrush, which were unusually low numbers. The 90 species is right on
the average for the last decade. Thanks to all who participated:



Here's the complete tally:






Greater White-fronted Goose

4


Snow Goose

4


Canada Goose

1122


Cackling Goose

3


Trumpeter Swan

2


Gadwall

6


American Wigeon

212


Mallard

1408


Northern Shoveler

20


Northern Pintail

51


Green-winged Teal

161


Redhead

1


Ring-necked Duck

463


Lesser Scaup

1


Bufflehead

61


Common Goldeneye

103


Barrow's Goldeneye

2


Hooded Merganser

33


Common Merganser

67


Ruddy Duck

30


Wild Turkey

1


California Quail

109


Pied-billed Grebe

5


Great Blue Heron

6


Bald Eagle

12


Northern Harrier

1


Sharp-shinned Hawk

6


Cooper's Hawk

12


Northern Goshawk

1


Red-tailed Hawk

116


Ferruginous Hawk

1


Rough-legged Hawk

3


Golden Eagle

1


American Kestrel

21


Merlin

4


Prairie Falcon

5


American Coot

5


Killdeer

1


Ring-billed Gull

1


Rock Pigeon

427


Eurasian Collared Dove

403


Mourning Dove

90


Great Horned Owl

5


Barred Owl

1


Belted Kingfisher

11


Red-breasted Sapsucker

1


Downy Woodpecker

2


Hairy Woodpecker

7


Northern Flicker

116


Northern Shrike

2


Steller's Jay

45


California Scrub Jay

218


Pinyon Jay

10


Black-billed Magpie

37


American Crow

16


Common Raven

408


Mountain Chickadee

191


Bushtit

87


White-breasted Nuthatch

6


Pygmy Nuthatch

327


Brown Creeper

1


Canyon Wren

2


Pacific Wren

7


American Dipper

3


Golden-crowned Kinglet

15


Ruby-crowned Kinglet

7


Western Bluebird

43


Townsend's Solitaire

150


Hermit Thrush

5


American Robin

2235


Varied Thrush

1


European Starling

1420


Cedar Waxwing

262


Spotted Towhee

3


Savannah Sparrow

3


Song Sparrow

28


White-throated Sparrow

1


Harris' Sparrow

2


White-crowned Sparrow

154


Golden-crowned Sparrow

50


Dark-eyed Junco

766


Red-winged Blackbird

11


Western Meadowlark

1


Brewer's Blackbird

61


House Finch

364


Red Crossbill

17


Pine Siskin

15


Lesser Goldfinch

291


American Goldfinch

37


House Sparrow

311



TOTAL SPECIES

90



TOTAL INDIVIDUALS

12741






Tom Crabtree, Bend






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Date: 12/23/18 8:00 pm
From: <jmeredit...>
Subject: [COBOL] Fwd: [obol] Hart Mountain CBC results from Dec 19th
Hart Mtn in Lake county, the CBC. See below from Joel. Judy


Hi all,

Ten volunteers on Wednesday's Hart Mountain CBC were blissfully mostly
out of the loop on intractable budget discussions and irresolvable
egrets.

Instead we went out in some fine winter weather -- lots of sunshine,
mild temperatures and light to moderate breezes. Joelle Fournier picked
up an early-morning Barn Owl and logged a feeder count. Pat Grediagin
and Jeff Picton hiked Degarmo Canyon from top to bottom. Clay Crofton
hiked Rock Creek from Hot Springs Campground down to headquarters. Craig
Miller, Jamie Mason and Clarence Story ventured out to Blue Sky. Barbara
Dolan, my daughter Martha and I patrolled the Warner Wetlands and hiked
a couple of routes on the east side of Hart Lake.

Altogether we found 41 species, plus at least three more for count week.
Most birds were down in the Warner Valley where water levels are looking
better this winter. Higher up birds were harder to find, though Clay
found a flock of American Tree Sparrows along Rock Creek, the Degarmo
team picked up lots of robins and solitaires and later a Marsh Wren at
Warner Pond, and the Blue Sky team picked up a Bewick's Wren and a
Pacific Wren along with more typical birds for this isolated patch of
mixed-conifer forest. One oddity this year was a nearly complete lack of
finches, except for a lonely House Finch that we found flycatching
around the edges of a hay stack.

Here are some provisional tallies:

Canada Goose 23 Hart Lake
Tundra Swan 2 Flagstaff Lake
Green-winged Teal 1 Warner Wetlands
Ring-necked Duck / Scaup sp. 12 Hart Lake (didn't stay still long enough
for ID).
Common Merganser 4 Hart Lake
Bald Eagle 2 (1 ad., 1 imm.)
Northern Harrier 9
Red-tailed Hawk 5
Rough-legged Hawk 5
Golden Eagle 4
Greater Sage-Grouse cw
California Gull cw Flagstaff Lake
Herring Gull cw Flagstaff Lake
Eurasian Collared-Dove 5
Barn Owl 1
Great Horned Owl 2
Downy Woodpecker 2
Hairy Woodpecker 6
American Kestrel 4
Prairie Falcon 1
Horned Lark 1
Steller's Jay 2
Black-billed Magpie 6
Common Raven 11
Mountain Chickadee 24
Bushtit 18 Rock Creek
White-breasted Nuthatch 1 Blue Sky
Pygmy Nuthatch 1 Blue Sky
Brown Creeper 1 Blue Sky
Canyon Wren 2 Degarmo and escarpment above Hart Lake
Bewick's Wren 2 Blue Sky and seep above Hart Lake
Pacific Wren 2 Blue Sky and seep above Hart Lake
Marsh Wren 1 Warner Pond
Ruby-crowned Kinglet 1 in old orchard
Townsend's Solitaire 67
American Robin 107
Northern Shrike 3
Loggerhead Shrike 3
shrike sp. 1
European Starling 5
American Tree Sparrow 5 Rock Creek nw. of headquarters
Song Sparrow 11 mainly in Warner Wetlands
White-crowned Sparrow 2 separate birds, both immature.
Oregon Junco 37
Slate-colored/Cassiar Junco 2 females at feeder
House Finch 1 flycatching around a haystack

All in all, a good count.

Joel Geier

P.S. Could someone please forward to COBOL? My regular e-mail isn't
fully working and I'm not subscribed from this address.
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Date: 12/23/18 1:36 pm
From: Mary Ann Kruse <junehog9...>
Subject: [COBOL] Eurasian wigeons
Two male Eurasian wigeon with 3 females downstream from Greg’s Grill seen from east side of river on Old Mill path now.

M.A. Kruse
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Date: 12/23/18 11:36 am
From: Howard Horvath <horvathhoward...>
Subject: [COBOL] Eurasian Wigeon at the Old Mill
Near 10 a.m. today Mary & I saw a Eurasian Wigeon on the Deschutes River between Anthony's & Greg's Grill.  It was with several American Wigeons.  Also of interest was a flock of 8 Ring-billed Gulls a little further upstream.
Howard 
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Date: 12/23/18 10:25 am
From: Mike Golden <gardenbug99...>
Subject: [COBOL] Correction and update on Madras CBC
Have a couple of corrections to information I sent out.
Didn’t pick up the 12 N. Harriers that Judy had. Brings total to 19 which is close to average
Judy also had 2 killdeer that I missed so did not have a total miss on shorebirds.
Have not heard from Kevin Smith about the Chukars in his area.
Mike Golden
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Date: 12/21/18 10:30 pm
From: <jmeredit...>
Subject: [COBOL] Plan for Wednesday, Dec 26 and Thurs, Dec 27
There is no CBC on Dec 26 but a few are scheduled later in the week. We
will discuss whether to scout for Utopia, Prineville, or Redmond when we
meet in Terrebonne on 26th. Half day birding, back in Terrebonne by
noon.

Carpooling
Bend, 8 a.m. Nancy P's Bakery and go to Thriftway in Terrebonne.
Sisters, 8 a.m. and go to Starbucks in Redmond or to Thriftway in
Terrebonne.
Redmond, 8:20 at Starbucks or just go to Thriftway in Terrebonne.
Anyone else, 8:45 in Terrebonne at Thriftway.

For 27th, Tygh Valley CBC is scheduled. It is about a 2 hour drive to
get there, with possible fog etc. So meet at 5 a.m. at the Cascade
Village mall, at the back of the lot near Starbucks. To participate you
need to inform the compiler, and you can just say you are with the ECAS
group. If someone wants to be picked up to the north, we can stop in
Terrebonne, but you need to send me a note. Tygh Valley is really fun,
lots of Lewis's Woodpeckers, oak trees, views of Mt. Hood, and rolling
hills etc. Possible Tri-colored Blackbirds, Harris's Sparrow, Common
Redpoll, etc have been found on the CBC in the past.

Good birding, Judy, <jmeredit...>

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Date: 12/21/18 5:00 pm
From: Tom Lawler <tjlawler...>
Subject: [COBOL] ECAS Wallow Field Trip
The ECAS Wallow field trip is now open to the public. The trip will be held
January 14-18 If you are an ECAS member you received an invite to this trip
and had an opportunity for advanced signup . Anyone can now signup for the
trip. There are still openings. Check out the trip on Eventbrite if you have
any interest.





https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ecas-2019-wallowa-field-trip-tickets-5368823696
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Date: 12/21/18 4:49 pm
From: Jim Moodie <jmoodie...>
Subject: [COBOL] Possible Pink-sided Dark-eyed Junco?
OBOL and COBOLanders,

I was able to snap a few photos of a Junco this afternoon which seems to me to show at least some tendencies for a Pink-sided subspecies. I would appreciate feedback from all you Juncophiles out there.

https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S50850156


Happy Winter Solstice!

cheers,
Jim

Dr. Jim Moodie
Science Dept
COCC
Bend, OR 97703
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Date: 12/21/18 4:30 pm
From: Mike Golden <gardenbug99...>
Subject: [COBOL] Madras CBC Results
Thanks to all the fine folks who helped make the Madras CBC another success. This is the 10th year since Kimdel Owen started it in 2009 and Wednesday birders have been involved every year. We had very good weather and good coverage of all areas.
Most counters seemed to feel they were seeing less than usual and they were correct. Had 10,091 total birds which is the lowest except for 2009, the first year of the count when it was 3,741. As I recall, we did not have full coverage that first year and were feeling our way. Species count was 73. Only lower was 2009 -70 and 2014 - 66.

Noticeable:

Ringneck Duck 230, second highest, 301-2016
Barrows Golden-eye, 181, highest, 140-2015. 99% of these birds were below the dam at Warm Springs
California Quail 31 lowest, 85-2015
N. Harrier 7, lowest, 8-2017
Ferruginous Hawk, 3, highest. Only other year was 1 in 2013
Rough-legged Hawk, 14, tied highest from 2015
Kestral, 80, second highest. 90-2013
Prairie Falcon, 12, highest. 6-2009, 2011, 2017
No Shorebirds
Mourning Dove, 0 first ever miss. 9-2017
Great Horned Owl, 6, highest. 5-2012
Belted Kingfisher, 15, highest. 9-2009
Says Phoebe, 1, only seen twice before, 5-2010, 1-2017
N. Shrike, miss. First time not seen since count inception in 2009
A. Crow, 5, only fourth time seen since inception
Canyon Wren, 5, second highest. 8-2017
Rock Wren, 1. Only seen two other years. 2-2010, 1-2015
Marsh Wren, 14, highest. Only seen two other years, 1-2012 and 1-2017. Twelve were in Deschutes Canyon below Mecca. Calling and sightings on both sides of the river by Jim Moodie team. Possibly using as a migration corridor??
Townsends Solitaire, 80, highest. 65 in 2009 and 2017
Hermit Thrush, 4, tied highest. Only seen three other years, 2010, 2012, and 2017
American Robin, 2233, second highest. 3894-2011
Savannah Sparrow, 1. Only third time seen. 25-2011, 5-2017
Dark-eyed Junco, 313, lowest. 321 in 2013
Brewers Blackbird, 973, second lowest. 337 in 2016
Cassins Finch, 13, highest. Only seen two other years. 12-2012, 2-2013
House Finch, 35, lowest, 79-2016

First time birds

Chukar, 6, by Kevin Smith team somewhere on Agency Plains. Have not been able to contact Kevin for details yet. Will keep you posted.

Sherrie Pierce and I have all this year's count information on a PDF file if anyone is interested in seeing the total results. I have all the yearly reports, but they are in hard copy and only for whole count, not by sections.

Mike Golden
541-420-5814
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Date: 12/20/18 1:41 pm
From: Tom Lawler <tjlawler...>
Subject: [COBOL] Wanna Help With Silver Lake-Valley Falls Raptor Survey?
I have one seat available for the Silver Lake-Valley Falls Raptor Survey. It will be done on Saturday. It’s an all day affair. We can expect to see around 200+ birds on this count. Carpooling available from Bend to the meetup place in La Pine. If you are interested please reply to me (not the list).

Tom

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Date: 12/20/18 11:39 am
From: Tom Crabtree <tc...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] FW: Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs
Mike,



Question, did you see either bird on Saturday? Rain dripping from a Juniper tree onto a feeder shouldn’t be a problem. Birds will perch in Junipers in rainy as well as dry conditions with no problems. They will drink from wet leaves, needles and branches of all kinds of trees, again without any issues. If the water were somehow contaminated with chemicals from something else, I would be concerned, but rain water itself shouldn’t be a problem.



Tom



From: COBOL [mailto:<cobol-bounces...>] On Behalf Of Mike Ogle
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2018 11:03 AM
To: <COBOL...>
Subject: [COBOL] FW: Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs







From: Stephen Shunk [mailto:<steve...>]
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2018 10:38 AM
To: Mike Ogle
Subject: Re: [COBOL] Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs



Mike,

It looks like your response may have just been sent to me. You might try reposting to COBOL for an answer.

Steve


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On Thu, Dec 20, 2018 at 10:35 AM Mike Ogle <mogle...> wrote:

I have 2 male Annas at my feeders every day. I have a question about rain dripping from my Juniper and dis coloring the sugar mixture. Does anyone know how toxic this may be or if I should ignore it and let the bird decide?

Happy holidays Mike



From: COBOL [mailto:<cobol-bounces...>] On Behalf Of Stephen Shunk
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2018 10:17 AM
To: COBOL
Subject: [COBOL] Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs



We enjoyed the return of a female Anna's Hummingbird at our feeder today. As has been said before, these birds are a hardy, non-migratory species that can thrive in our cold winters. If you want to see them, however, you need to have a feeder out.



Have you done a *Christmas Bird Count* yet this season?! I participated in the Sisters and Madras counts and enjoyed the camaraderie and a fun excuse to get outside in winter. A few of the local counts could still use your help, and birders of all skill levels are welcome. All you need to know is how to count! Visit this page for the dates and other details. <https://oregonbirding.org/cbc/>



Happy Holidays!

Steve Shunk


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Date: 12/20/18 11:02 am
From: Mike Ogle <mogle...>
Subject: [COBOL] FW: Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs




From: Stephen Shunk [mailto:<steve...>]
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2018 10:38 AM
To: Mike Ogle
Subject: Re: [COBOL] Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs



Mike,

It looks like your response may have just been sent to me. You might try reposting to COBOL for an answer.

Steve


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541-408-1753

www.paradisebirding.com <http://www.paradisebirding.com/>





On Thu, Dec 20, 2018 at 10:35 AM Mike Ogle <mogle...> wrote:

I have 2 male Annas at my feeders every day. I have a question about rain dripping from my Juniper and dis coloring the sugar mixture. Does anyone know how toxic this may be or if I should ignore it and let the bird decide?

Happy holidays Mike



From: COBOL [mailto:<cobol-bounces...>] On Behalf Of Stephen Shunk
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2018 10:17 AM
To: COBOL
Subject: [COBOL] Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs



We enjoyed the return of a female Anna's Hummingbird at our feeder today. As has been said before, these birds are a hardy, non-migratory species that can thrive in our cold winters. If you want to see them, however, you need to have a feeder out.



Have you done a *Christmas Bird Count* yet this season?! I participated in the Sisters and Madras counts and enjoyed the camaraderie and a fun excuse to get outside in winter. A few of the local counts could still use your help, and birders of all skill levels are welcome. All you need to know is how to count! Visit this page for the dates and other details. <https://oregonbirding.org/cbc/>



Happy Holidays!

Steve Shunk


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541-408-1753

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Date: 12/20/18 10:17 am
From: Stephen Shunk <steve...>
Subject: [COBOL] Hardy Anna's Hummer, CBCs
We enjoyed the return of a female Anna's Hummingbird at our feeder today.
As has been said before, these birds are a hardy, non-migratory species
that can thrive in our cold winters. If you want to see them, however, you
need to have a feeder out.

Have you done a *Christmas Bird Count* yet this season?! I participated in
the Sisters and Madras counts and enjoyed the camaraderie and a fun excuse
to get outside in winter. A few of the local counts could still use your
help, and birders of all skill levels are welcome. All you need to know is
how to count! Visit this page for the dates and other details.
<https://oregonbirding.org/cbc/>

Happy Holidays!
Steve Shunk
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*Do you have your copy of the Peterson Reference Guide to Woodpeckers of
North America?*
Visit www.woodpeckerwonderland.com for details!

Stephen Shunk, Paradise Birding
P.O. Box 547 Sisters, OR 97759
541-408-1753
*www.paradisebirding.com <http://www.paradisebirding.com/>*

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Date: 12/20/18 8:24 am
From: Stephen Shunk <steve...>
Subject: [COBOL] New address?
What is the new email address for COBOL?
Thanks,
Steve Shunk

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