[Tweeters] Hermit Warbler - University of Puget Sound campus

Robert O'Brien baro at pdx.edu
Fri Jan 25 21:39:42 PST 2019

I don't think I have ever heard of a winter record of Hermit Warbler in
Oregon, but eBird does show a few.
However, as to Washington, there is but one eBird citation, carefully
documented below, so this is quite an observation.
(of course, eBird does not contain all records, as undoutedly some records
have not been submitted to eBird.)


Bob OBrien Portland
Hermit Warbler <https://ebird.org/species/herwar> *(from eBird winter

This is the record cited on page 250 of NAB Vol. 57 No. 2 and page 314 of
Wahl, T. R., Tweit, B., & Mlodinow, S. G. (Eds.). (2005). Birds of
Washington. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press. --1st ed.
ML120488781 Macaulay Library

© Carl Haynie

>From notes taken in the field

On Fri, Jan 25, 2019 at 8:18 PM William Brooks <willbrooks.0 at gmail.com>

> Hey All,


> This afternoon afternoon on the weekly UPS campus bird walk (every Friday

> at 2 pm, meeting at the Slater Museum of natural history), we had a HERMIT

> WARBLER in a mixed flock in the presidents woods. The presidents woods is

> the mixed coniferous grove north of Thompson hall on the northwest corner

> of campus. The bird was on the west edge of the grove along Union ave.


> Good Birding,

> Will Brooks

> Tacoma, WA

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