[Tweeters] RE: American Dipper on Tahuya Peninsula
cm.tonra at gmail.com
Tue Feb 12 05:12:52 PST 2013
That is a great observation Kelly. In the non-breeding season on the north
Peninsula, we occasionally see dippers around the river mouths, but rarely
very close to the Strait, and never actually foraging in the salt water.
During breeding they are almost entirely absent from these areas.
Were they still on the freshwater shore, or actually on the canal shore?
The Olympic Dipper Project
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
Washington D.C./Port Angeles, WA
TonraC "at" si.edu
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