[Tweeters] Okanogan Trip
Laurie C Beden
laurie.c.beden at gmail.com
Fri Jan 18 13:16:16 PST 2019
I wanted to do this field trip ever since a friend told me about it last year. I waited until the first post came up to sign up. I do want to say that as a WOS member, I never received a reply after several email attempts to sign up for this trip. If full, the courtesy of a reply would be appreciated.
Has any one else else had a similar experience?
(PS I did check junk folders etc)
Laurie dot C dot Beden at gmail dot com
> On Jan 18, 2019, at 12:36, Dick <dick at dkporter.net> wrote:
> From the WOS website:
> WOS Okanogan Highlands/Waterville Plateau Winter Trip - Leader Shep Thorp
> February 16, 2019 6:00 am – February 18, 2019 10:00 am
> Field Trip
> 2 Days 4 Hours
> Join Shep Thorp for winter birding in the Okanogan Highlands and Waterville Plateau. We’ll be staying at the Omak Inn in Omak Friday night February 15th, and birding our way home Monday February the 18th. Hot spots to explore include Havillah, Sno-Park, Hungry Hollow Rd, Nealy Rd, Chesaw, Mary Ann Creek Rd, Pontiac Ridge, Scotch Creek Wildlife Area, Conconully, Cameron Lake Road, Timentwa Flats, Brewster/Bridgeport Area, West Foster Creek Wildlife Area (Central Ferry Canyon, Bridgeport Hill Rd), Mansfield, Waterville plateau and Waterville. Target species include Sharp-tailed Grouse, Gray Partridge, Chukar, Rough-legged Hawk, Great Gray Owl, Long-eared Owl, Northern Saw-whet Owl, Snowy Owl, American Three-toed Woodpecker, White-headed Woodpecker, Gyrfalcon, Prairie Falcon, Bohemian Waxwing, Pygmy Nuthatch, American Tree Sparrow, two subspecies of Horned Lark, Lapland Longspur, Snow Bunting, Gray-crowned Rosy-finch, Pine Grosbeak, and Common Redpoll.
> Our trip will start Saturday morning 2/16 at 6:00 a.m. at the Omak Inn Office and finish Monday afternoon 2/18 at 3:00 p.m. in Waterville. Please contact Shep Thorp at shepthorp at gmail.com or call 253-370-3742.
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> Omak Inn Office912 Koala DrOmak, WA 98841 USA
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