[Tweeters] White-throated Sparrow at Union Bay; Kings

Ed Newbold ednewbold1 at yahoo.com
Sun Oct 6 10:40:32 PDT 2019

Hi all,
Yesterday Delia and I spent three hours at the Union Bay Natural Area at UW, but it's not what we saw.We met a very nice father there with a camera who had just seen a White-throated Sparrow (and had a diagnostic photo) on the main path from the E-6 lot to the Osprey nest.

I was delighted to see Gene Stagner's post remarking on the amazing red in some Golden-crowned Kinglet's which is shown to great effect when they take a bath or get excited..  We see this occasionally on Butyl Creek, and here is a link to my most recent shot of this stunning glamour bird. They aren't called Kings for nothing.

Best wishes,
Ed Newbold  residential Beacon Hill where the Swainson's Thrushes are giving way to the Hermit Thrushes, "The Bullies of Butyl."
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