[Tweeters] Sunday birds

McComb Gardens info at mccombgardens.com
Mon Jun 24 18:56:48 PDT 2013

The Cedar Waxwings are here because the Kniphofia (Red hot poker) are blooming.
It is a automatic.

I need more Kniphofia,

Neil W. Burkhardt & Jane Stewart
McComb Gardens
751 McComb Road
Sequim, WA 98382-7882

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----- Original Message -----
From: Diann MacRae
To: Tweeters at u.washington.edu
Sent: Sunday, June 23, 2013 10:48 PM
Subject: [Tweeters] Sunday birds

Hi, Tweets

We were also wandering around the Monroe and south areas today. Also saw the trumpeter swan that Joyce reported. It was preening when we saw it at the south end of Crescent Lake. There were no leg bands that I could see. It was a pretty quiet day all around - a redtail on a utility pole was near the lake.

When I took my dog (later) to Brightwater I was able to add a new bird to my list: a cedar waxwing. Actually, there were two. Also, two families of mallards with 6-8 small ducklings plus a killdeer family of five. It was quiet at Brightwater, too, except for singing red-winged blackbirds.

Nice day, but no turkey vultures in the valley.

Cheers, Diann

Diann MacRae
Olympic Vulture Study
22622 - 53rd Avenue S.E.
Bothell, WA 98021
tvulture at gmx.com


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