[Tweeters] Re: (Clark Co) Larch Mtn report

Luke Hanes lukeandharmony1997 at gmail.com
Sun May 31 20:47:59 PDT 2015


Also had Hermit Warbler for first time


On Sunday, May 31, 2015, Luke Hanes <lukeandharmony1997 at gmail.com> wrote:


> I had the chance to camp/hike/bird at Larch Mountain this weekend (my

> wife's birthday present to me). It was 4 days of awesomeness. I got 45

> miles of hiking in (primarily on Tarbell and Bells Mountain trails) and the

> hills were alive with the sound of music!

>

> Highlights:

> MacGillvray's Warbler - they were everywhere! At least it seemed that way.

> Pacific-slope Flycatcher - I've never been surrounded by so many. They

> were more prevalent than even the Robins!

> Ruffed Grouse - finally heard one drumming today on Bells Mountain

> trail near milepost 2.

> Red-eyed Vireo - found it singing today on Bells Mountain trail in a tree

> right next to milepost 6.

>

> Lowlights:

> No Townsend's Solitaire or Mountain Bluebird

> Is it too late to have them migrating through Clark County?

>

> (P.S. Thank you Bob Flores for putting up with my pesky texts on

> Thursday to help me locate that California Quail near Post Office Lake!!!)

>

>

> --

> Luke Hanes

> Vancouver, WA (Felida)

> lukeandharmony1997 at gmail.com

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Luke Hanes
Vancouver, WA (Felida)
lukeandharmony1997 at gmail.com
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