[Tweeters] Lincoln Co. Clay-colored Sparrow

Jonathan B. Isacoff isacoff at gonzaga.edu
Fri May 31 14:52:34 PDT 2013


Singing CLAY-COLORED SPARROW, possibly a pair, on 7-Mile Road, just West of Davenport on North side of SR2. Many Brewer's and Vesper Sparrows in the area too and a surprise singing Sage Thrasher -- these breed on nearby Old Kuck's Road but have not observed one North of SR2 before. Some photos are on Flickr.

Hawk Creek Canyon was birdy with 8 flycatcher species (Pewee - counted approximately 32 singing birds!; Willow, Dusky, Gray, and Western Flycatcher, E and W Kingbirds, Say's Phoebe. Lots of Hummingbirds too (Calliope and Black-chinned). Apparently the Dippers at the base of the falls have decided to nest there again. Nice weather.

Good birding,
Jon Isacoff, Spokane

Jonathan B. Isacoff
Chair, Environmental Studies
Associate Professor, Political Science
Gonzaga University, Box 52
Spokane, WA 99258-0052
isacoff at gonzaga.edu






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