[Tweeters] Northern Mockingbird in Edmonds

Carol Riddell cariddellwa at gmail.com
Tue Apr 24 09:36:14 PDT 2018


This morning a Northern Mockingbird perched briefly on a utility pole on the west side of the Edmonds marsh. It then flew off to the top of a sailboat mast in a dry dock area just west of the railroad tracks. From there I watched it fly to the top of a tall tree along Admiral Way and then into the parking lot trees of the marina. ID photos are in this checklist:

https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S44899504 <https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S44899504>

It looked like a bird on the move. Whether it stays around the marina or Marina Beach Park is anyone’s guess.

Northern Mockingbird is a code 5 species for Edmonds, last seen in January 2014 in a north Edmonds neighborhood. That bird was chaseable because it was winter and it was feeding in holly trees.

Carol Riddell
Edmonds, WA
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