[Tweeters] Stillwater Trail - Snoqualmie Valley

MEYER2J at aol.com MEYER2J at aol.com
Thu May 22 17:10:04 PDT 2014


Hi Tweets:

Today about 3 PM Mike and I looked for and saw a pair of Lazuli Buntings in
Snoqualmie Valley. They have returned. We saw them on the trail that
leads to the Bank Swallows off the Stillwater Trail. As in the past, the
buntings were at the part of the trail where it curves left, over a culvert, as
you walk out to the Snoqualmie River. Bullock's Orioles were seen and
heard along with a Mourning Dove on the trail from the parking lot, as well as
several Red-breasted Sapsuckers, Western Wood Pee-Wee, Brown Creeper,
flyover Band-tailed Pigeon, Marsh and Bewick's Wrens, Yellow Warbler,
Black-headed Grosbeak, Wood Duck with young, and Pied-billed Grebe, to name a few.
Two and maybe 3 American Bitterns were heard, hiding in the tall grasses.
Turn left from the parking lot and walk to the first bridge.


>From our house we hear Swainson's Thrush singing.


Joyce Meyer
Mike West
Redmond, WA
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