Isacoff, Jonathan isacoff at gonzaga.edu
Sat Aug 31 18:30:37 PDT 2013

Will send a more detailed report a little later but on a WOS field trip today 4 of us observed a WHITE-BREASTED NUTHATCH, possibly 2 birds if the 2nd sighting was a different bird, at Ellinger Homestead, located about 7 miles North of Washtucna. As far as I know this is a County first record! Other birds of note were LEWIS'S WOODPECKERS, 1 at Bassett Park and a 2nd at Ellinger, 2 RED-EYED VIREOS (as well as abundant Warbling and 2 Cassin's), a female BLACK-CHINNED HUMMINGBIRD, and many typical Warblers, Sparrows, and Flycatchers (10 species). More later...

Good birding,
Jon Isacoff, Spokane
Jonathan B. Isacoff
Chair, Environmental Studies
Associate Professor, Political Science
Gonzaga University
Box 52
Spokane, WA 99258-0052
fax - 509-313-5718
office - 311 E. Boone, 2nd Floor
isacoff at gonzaga.edu

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