[Tweeters] Wilson's Phalarope Montlake Fill

Joshua Glant josh.n.glant at gmail.com
Sat May 13 14:54:29 PDT 2017

The phalarope continues! Nice views -- even if I came straight from a shopping excursion and had no equipment! Seeing a coyote was pretty exciting as well.

Good birding, Joshua Glant
Mercer Island, WA

> On May 13, 2017, at 1:43 PM, Louis Kreemer <lpkreemer at gmail.com> wrote:


> Hey Tweeters,


> This morning Connie Sidles, Bill and I had a male Wilson's Phalarope on the Dime Lot Pond, also known as the Bathtub. A very obliging bird, foraging in the water and on shore. It flew around a bit, left a couple times and returned; we left it still on the pond. Woohoo!


> Also:

> Three Killdeer nests

> Western Wood Pewee

> Willow Flycatcher

> Western Tanager

> 6 Warbling Vireo

> Vaux's Swift

> 2-3 Spotted Sandpiper

> N. Rough Winged Swallow



> The pair of Coyotes that have been around put on a show today, we saw them everywhere around the Fill, playing tug of war with a rag, running around, chasing Killdeer and Ducks, chewing on an old Beaver carcass, and, finally, yipping at a dog.


> Louis

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