[Tweeters] Where are the Varied Thrushes?

Louise Rutter louise.rutter at eelpi.gotdns.org
Sun Jan 1 14:21:29 PST 2017

There are some living at my house in Kirkland. Varied thrush was my third
species of the year, after Anna's Hummingbird and Dark-Eyed Junco this

Louise Rutter


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This is the first winter in the 25 years we have lived here that there are
no Varied Thrushes in the yard. It has been perplexing me too.


Dennis Paulson

1724 NE 98 St.

Seattle, WA 98115

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At today's CBC in Anacortes, our group members all agreed that there is
a notable absence of Varied Thrushes this fall and winter. This is new
in our 13 fall-winter seasons here. Any thoughts? I miss them!

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