[Tweeters] Discovery Park Harris’s Sparrow

Matt Dufort matt.dufort at gmail.com
Tue Nov 13 17:15:07 PST 2018

Per other observers, the Harris's Sparrow at Discovery Park was still
present in the same general area as of this morning. It has now been seen
every day since Friday, mostly hanging out with a small flock of
Golden-crowned Sparrows. They frequent the brushy edge between the
northeast part of the south meadow and the west edge of the parade grounds.

Good birding,
Matt Dufort

On Fri, Nov 9, 2018 at 10:17 AM Matt Dufort <matt.dufort at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi tweets,


> This morning at about 9:00 there was a Harris’s Sparrow with a flock of

> Golden-crowned Sparrows at Discovery Park. They were foraging on the old

> road that runs along the west side of the parade grounds (see map here:

> https://tinyurl.com/y8dv2axr

> ). Best bet for refinding it is to look through the many small flocks of

> Golden-crowns in the area. Lots of other sparrows around, too:

> White-crowned, Fox, Lincoln’s, a late Savannah.


> There seems to have been a push of late passerine migration in the last

> day or two. Tons of robins, thrushes, sparrows, finches, and such, acting

> like they just got here after a long flight.


> Good birding,


> Matt Dufort

> Seattle


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