[Tweeters] Discovery Park Palm Warbler, Horned Lark

Matt Dufort matt.dufort at gmail.com
Tue Sep 25 10:11:34 PDT 2018


Hi tweets,

A lot of birds are on the move today. Tons of robins, flickers, waxwings,
finches, and other common species flying south, or recently arrived and
moving around in search of food.

At Discovery Park, there was a Palm Warbler flying from bush to bush in the
south meadow, calling a lot. A Horned Lark circled the parade grounds for
a while, but never touched down, much like the many Pipits doing the same
thing. A Lapland Longspur flew over the south meadow. And just really
impressive numbers of a lot of species.

Discovery has been outstanding the last month or so, as it usually is in
the fall. With so many birds on the Sound and in the uplands, it’s hard to
decide what part of the park to focus on. But that’s a great problem to
have!

Good birding,
Matt Dufort
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