[Tweeters] Hammond's flycatchers

AnthonyG. birds at ocbirds.com
Fri Apr 12 19:57:39 PDT 2019


I ran a report on eBird from 2017 to 2019 in the Mar to May timeframe for the Hammond’s

It appears there’s quite a few reports from Darrington to Corkingdale area

Go here: https://ebird.org/map/hamfly?neg=true <https://ebird.org/map/hamfly?neg=true&env.minX=-127.5460825948224&env.minY=43.82256998078192&env.maxX=-108.09149221463059&env.maxY=50.601310096778015&zh=true&gp=false&ev=Z&mr=3-5&bmo=3&emo=5&yr=range&byr=2017&eyr=2019> &env.minX=-127.5460825948224&env.minY=43.82256998078192&env.maxX=-108.09149221463059&env.maxY=50.601310096778015&zh=true&gp=false&ev=Z&mr=3-5&bmo=3&emo=5&yr=range&byr=2017&eyr=2019

The darker the color purple the higher the concentration. You can drill in once at this link

This ought to help in finding your target species

Anthony G.

Camano Island

From: Tweeters [mailto:tweeters-bounces at mailman11.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Mark Myers
Sent: Friday, April 12, 2019 7:00 PM
To: tweeters at u.washington.edu
Subject: [Tweeters] Hammond's flycatchers

I'm wondering if someone might be able to suggest a reliable location to see Hammond's flycatchers this spring.

Any advice would be appreciated.


Mark Myers, Bothell

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