[Tweeters] Green heron
Bryn M Kildow
bkildow at me.com
Sun Jul 12 18:57:38 PDT 2015
I did a quick Google search and found a birding list for Snohomish County put out by the Pilchuck Audubon Society - http://www.wabirder.com/docs/Snohomish_list.pdf They list the Green Heron as “uncommon” in Sno County, so that may be why Sgerritson hasn’t seen too many of them. Little rascals are also good at being very still and hard to spot.
> On Jul 12, 2015, at 6:16 PM, ck park <travelgirl.fics at gmail.com> wrote:
> i've seen and photographed them in kirkland and redmond... they aren't common common, but i don't believe they are terribly rare...
> 00 caren
> http://www.ParkGallery.org <http://www.parkgallery.org/>
> george davis creek, north fork
> On Sun, Jul 12, 2015 at 5:35 PM, Bryn M Kildow <bkildow at me.com <mailto:bkildow at me.com>> wrote:
> I can’t speak for other places in Western Washington, but here on Offutt Lake, they’re very common. I frequently see them on the shore and, occasionally, up in our big oak tree that hangs over the water.
> > On Jul 12, 2015, at 4:11 PM, Sgerritson <sgerritson at earthlink.net <mailto:sgerritson at earthlink.net>> wrote:
> > Yesterday around 6:00 pm, a friend and I watched a green heron foraging on the shore of a small lake in Monroe. I have never seen one in western WA (lived here 21 years). How rare (or common) are they here?
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