[Tweeters] RBA: Portland, OR 11-26-14
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Wed Nov 26 00:04:41 PST 2014
* November 26, 2014
- birds mentioned
TUNDRA BEAN GOOSE
LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULL
American Tree Sparrow
hotline: Portland Oregon Audubon RBA (weekly)
To report: Harry Nehls 503-233-3976 <hnehls6 at comcast.net>
compiler: Harry Nehls
coverage: entire state
Hello, this is the Audubon Society of Portland Rare Bird Report. This report
was made Wednesday November 26. If you have anything to add call Harry Nehls
Two LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULLS are now being seen along Ricketts Road a
couple of miles north of Creswell. On November 21 a bright HOODED ORIOLE
visited a feeder in North Bend but did not remain. The Vadis YELLOW-BELLIED
SAPSUCKER near North Plains continues to be seen. On November 22 a BROWN
BOOBY flew southward past Boiler Bay. The Yaquina Bay and Pacific City
BOOBIES continue to be seen as is the Nestucca NWR TUNDRA BEAN GOOSE.
The Flores Lake CATTLE EGRET is still being seen. On November 23 a SNOW
BUNTING was on Bullards beach north of Bandon. A TRUMPETER SWAN was seen
November 22 near Westport.
A RED-BREASTED MERGANSER was seen November 25 on Vancouver Lake. The SNOWY
EGRET continues at Post Office Lake near Ridgefield NWR. On November 21 a
ROSS¹S GOOSE was among the goose flocks in Scappoose Bottoms. It, or another
was on Sauvie Island November 25. A TREE SPARROW was along Rentenaar Road on
the island that day. A rather tame TREE SPARROW and three SHORT-EARED OWLS
are now at Broughton Beach near the Portland Airport.
A RED PHALAROPE was seen November 22 at the Yamhill Sewage Ponds. Three BARN
SWALLOWS were at Salem that day. Six ROUGH-LEGGED HAWKS and a late COMMON
YELLOWTHROAT were at Finley NWR November 22. Three PINE GROSBEAKS and 24
ROSY-FINCHES continue on Marys Peak in the Coast Range near Philomath. On
November 24 a BLACK-HEADED GROSBEAK visited a Eugene feeder.
A pair of PINE GROSBEAKS were at the Big River Golf Course near McNary Dam
November 23. That day a group of five ROSY-FINCHES were at Smith Rocks State
Park. A LONG-TAILED DUCK is now being seen on the pond at Malheur NWR
That¹s it for this week.
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