[Tweeters] Rattlesnake Ridge Varied Thrush

Scott Ramos lsr at ramoslink.info
Sun Mar 31 20:52:07 PDT 2013


On this glorious early Spring morning, the most ubiquitous bird on my walk from Snoqualmie Point up to the ridge was Varied Thrush, many dozens (here's one singing: http://youtu.be/IULyNB80cvE).

Also, a couple of Hutton's Vireos, one at 2500 ft, another at about 1500 ft. A Merlin cruised across the clear-cut while a Northern Pygmy Owl called in the distance. Half a dozen Purple Finch were all singing as was a Rufous Hummingbird. Three Pileated Woodpeckers and at least 6 Hairy Woodpeckers were seen.

Scott Ramos
Seattle


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