[Tweeters] American Dipper on Tahuya Peninsula

rrogers rrogers at olypen.com
Tue Feb 12 10:44:44 PST 2013

Regularly saw American Dippers in the intertidal zone in Jackson Cove, on the Hood Canal in winter. They were foraging (on what I don't know) well away from the freshwater stream that flowed in to Jackson Cove.

Russell Rogers
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On Feb 11, 2013, at 11:08 PM, Kelly McAllister wrote:

> On Friday there were two dippers at water's edge where Lake Cushman waters spill into Hood Canal from the power house, at Potlatch. It seemed odd to me to be looking at dippers in what was essentially a marine shoreline habitat. Perhaps dippers are often in stream habitat with feet of marine areas. I'm just not used to seeing them in such places.


> Kelly McAllister



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