[Tweeters] Harris's Sparrow in Everett

jt bell jbtbclimbers at gmail.com
Mon Dec 7 14:41:28 PST 2020

As of 240pm, the yellow bellied sapsucker is still at ne corner edwards and
federal in everett.


On Mon, Dec 7, 2020, 1:09 PM Michael Hobbs <birdmarymoor at gmail.com> wrote:

> Tweets - first, the Yellow-bellied Sapsucker remains at the NE corner of

> Federal & Edmonds in Everett.


> I walked the neighborhood (again) hoping for the Painted Bunting or Blue

> Jay, but found neither.


> But a HARRIS'S SPARROW was a nice find. Popped-up upslope when I pished at

> the end of Earl Ave. Warm ochre colors on back and head, pale belly with a

> ragged black V, bigger than nearby Golden-crowned Sparrow, large pinkish

> bill.


> Nice neighborhood. And the people at the end of Earl Ave. were very nice.


> - Michael Hobbs

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