[Tweeters] shorebird migration Grayland - Ocean Shores

Marcus Vorwaller marcus at vorwaller.net
Sun Apr 14 12:08:28 PDT 2019


Yesterday, April 14, there were still thousands of Dunlin and Sanderlings
at the Ocean Shore beaches and a few, maybe 8-12 Semi-palmated Plover at
the South end of the beach. There was also a Bald Eagle actively hunting on
the beach. It was eating a Cormorant when I was there.
-Marcus

On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 10:15 AM B B <birder4184 at yahoo.com> wrote:


> On April 2 on the open beach below Westport we had thousands of

> Sanderlings and Dunlin and a single Snowy Plover. Same at Ocean Shore

> beaches except Semipalmated instead of Snowy plus 2 Leasts. Willets at

> Tokeland. Black Bellied Plovers, Least Sandpipers, Dunlin, Sanderlings and

> a single Greater Yellowlegs at Bottle Beach.

>

> On Thursday, April 11, 2019, 11:03:32 PM PDT, J Christian Kessler <

> 1northraven at gmail.com> wrote:

>

>

> does anyone have recent reports on shorebirds (plovers & pipers) along

> this stretch of coast? tides look good for this weekend, but are there

> migrants feeding there now?

>

> Chris Kessler

> Seattle

>

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