[Tweeters] re: [inland-NW-birders] Least Flycatchers in 2014?

Terry Little terry at crossoverchurch.info
Thu Dec 4 05:24:20 PST 2014


Andy,
That is interesting as it seems to me we had more Least Flycatchers in both Spokane and Pend Oreille Counties than I have ever encountered before.

Terry Little
Mead, Wa

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Subject: [inland-NW-birders] Least Flycatchers in 2014?
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All, Merrylynn and Mike Denny report their "biggest miss in Walla Walla County this year was Least Flycatcher." It was not reported in Yakima County, too, at least according to eBird. A few Leastys are usually not too hard to find, at least while they are singing, from the end of May through early July, in aspen thickets in the Wenas Creek region It turns out, there are no reports of Least Flycatchers in eBird this year from anywhere along the Cascade east slopes south of I-90. Curious... Andy Stepniewski Wapato WA steppie at nwinfo.net

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