[Tweeters] Black Tern continues at Ridgefield NWR (Clark Co)
re_hill at q.com
Sat Jun 29 21:59:51 PDT 2013
One Black Tern nest that we know of and as many as 3 adults.
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Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2013 8:15 PM
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Subject: [Tweeters] Black Tern continues at Ridgefield NWR (Clark Co)
On the way back from working the woods in SE Cowlitz Co this morning, I
stopped by Ridgefield NWR at around 11:30am. While it was heating up into
the mid 80s by then, many birds were still very active and singing/calling.
That will be over pretty soon.
A Black Tern is continuing along the Kiwa Trail (NW corner). Are they
breeding or is this a summering bird? Sora, Virginia Rail, White-breasted
Nuthatch, Wilson's Snipe, 2 Greater Yellowlegs (maybe southbound already),
Willow Flycatcher and 2 Yellow-headed Blackbirds were all calling/singing.
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