[Tweeters] Old Lower River Road, and location of Water Resources Center, Vancouver

Lyn Topinka pointers at pacifier.com
Mon Oct 31 16:43:46 PDT 2016

Nice !!! ... it's always fun to photograph the males ... for more photo opportunities "when" the sun comes back out drive down LaFrambois Road early in the mornings and often you'll find Pheasants in the fields there ... at least they use to be easy to find, I haven't tried in a couple of years ... Pheasant release days use to be saturdays and wednesdays (according to WDFW) a few years ago so I would always try thursday and sunday mornings ... (too much hunter folks on saturday and wednesday) ...

have fun,

On Mon, 31 Oct 2016 21:52:32 +0000 (UTC)
Michelle Maani <lamoustique at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I went birding along Lower River Road and Vancouver lake, and saw

> very little...some starlings, a few American Kestrels, a dozen

> Cackling Geese, a few chickadees a crows.  On the lake was a lone

> Rainy-day Windsurfer, which I believe is related to the Stormy-day

> Surfers found along the coast.  Doing nothing better than getting

> wet, I put my camera in the trunk of my car ---always a mistake---and

> started to head home. I decided to swing by Old Lower River Road. I

> found another dozen Cackling Geese browsing in the field, a flock of

> red-winged blackbirds mixed with starlings, ffteen Eurasian Collared

> doves in a tree, and a couple of  American Kestrels sitting on a

> wire. As I started to leave I saw a large bird on the side of the

> road...My first ever Ring-necked Pheasant.  I know they aren't

> uncommon, I just haven't ever seen one that wasn't a victim of

> taxidermy.  A few minutes later I saw three males chasing each other

> in a field, a two females.  Of course by this time the camera was out

> of the trunk and I was getting quite wet.  Here are two of my cropped

> shots: https://www.flickr.com/photos/11815777@N07/30065188784/


> https://www.flickr.com/photos/11815777@N07/30660236806/in/photostream/



> Someone sent me an e-mail asking where the Water Resources Center in

> Vancouver is.  Unfortunately I can't find the email so I think I

> accidentally deleted it before I could reply.  The address is 4600 SE

> Columbia Way, Vancouver, WA 98661.  


> Michelle MaaniSalmon CreekVancouver, Washington


Lyn Topinka
Vancouver, Wa.

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